“Midnight in Paris” is a typical Woody Allen film taking the genre of romantic comedy forward. Written and directed by Woody Allen himself, the movie made its graceful first appearance in the Cannes Festival of 2011 held in the month of May. The film is produced by a renowned Spanish group bearing the title ‘Mediapro’ and the production house of Allen Gravier. The film is a multi-starrer film and stars, Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Marion Cotillard, Kathy Bates, Carla Bruni and Adrien Brody among others. The plot of the film centres round an American family who set out to travel to the capital of France for certain business needs and includes an young couple basically the protagonists of the story who are engaged and are compelled to come across a situation which guide them to the fact that life apart from their own is merely an illusion. The plot of the film involves fiction where the hero of the film, Gil played by Owen Wilson gets transported to 1920s at the stroke of the midnight hour in Paris and very soon comes back to his present also, which is 2010. His fiancee Inez, played by Rachel McAdams, is sceptic about the fact and along with her parents is critical about Gil’s sacrificing the lucrative career of scriptwriting of Hollywood for his novel. The group is joined by Paul played by Michael Sheen and Carol played by Nina Arianda. Gil is an ardent fan of the Lost Generation and the novel that he is writing captivates a man who works in the nostalgia shop.