An American Werewolf in Paris
An American Werewolf in Paris (the "An" does not appear in the title scene) is a 1997 horror comedy film directed by Anthony Waller, screenplay by Tim Burns, Tom Stern, and story by Waller, and starring Tom Everett Scott and Julie Delpy. It follows the general concept of, and is a sequel to John Landis' film An American Werewolf in London. The film is an international co-production between companies from the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, and the United States.
Andy McDermott (Tom Everett Scott) is a tourist seeing the sights of Paris with his brothers Brad (Vince Vieluf) and Chris (Phil Buckman). When Serafine Pigot (Julie Delpy) leaps off the Eiffel Tower just before Andy is about to bungee jump, he executes a mid-air rescue. She vanishes into the night, leaving Andy intrigued – unaware that she is the daughter of David Kessler and Alex Price. That night, Andy, Chris, and Brad attend a night club called "Club de la Lune". The club's owner, Claude (Pierre Cosso), is actually the leader of a werewolf society that uses the club as a way to lure in people (preferably tourists) to be killed. Serafine arrives, tells Andy to run away and transforms into a werewolf. The club owners transform into werewolves as well, and butcher all the guests. Chris escapes and goes back to Serafine's house. Brad is killed by a werewolf, and Andy is bitten by another werewolf when he tries to escape.
|author||Anthony Waller Tim Burns Tom Stern|
|editor||Peter R. Adam|
|genre||action animation comedy horror|
|keywords||adrenaline american tourist an american werewolf in london arrest break bungee jump club owner cure david kessler and alex price eiffel tower emergency medical technician emt fourth of july human form kill night club run away stab statue of liberty subway train think wed werewolf|
|publisher||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|recordedAt||Amsterdam New York City Paris|
|theme||comedy horror horror comedy monster movie sequel|