We visited this museum as it was one of the few places open on a public holiday. We are so glad that we made the journey. It is a brilliant museum housed in a lovely art nouveau house. The history of the Lumiere brothers and film making is fascinating, and exhibits are well displayed and interesting. Outside, the wall of film directors who have visited is amazing. There are still some remains of the original Factory building. We spent an enjoyable and informative couple of hours here, and then took a long walk back to our hotel through the 'Film district'.
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