The Paris Hilton Documentary Is Newsworthy

Betsy Waldman / September 17, 2008

The Paris Hilton documentary Paris, Not France premiered last week at the Toronto International Film Festival, and the flick is actually attracting some legit attention.

Director Adria Petty (daughter of Tom) was interviewed by CNN, and explained the method to her madness to the news organization.

“I didn’t in any way want to kind of hate on her or do anything that’s already been done…the only options left were to actually get a little bit more intellectual about it and think a little more about: Why do we watch?”

Well, Adria, some folks are probably just watching and waiting for One Night In Paris II.

But anyway, here are some of the stunning revelations unveiled in Paris, Not France:

  • Hilton states that she loves to sleep as much as she can, continuing to snooze in bed in the morning while her hair and makeup are done.
  • She reveals some of her scary dreams, including one where her teeth fall out and one where her brakes fail while she’s driving the steep hills of San Francisco.
  • While strolling with her cell phone pressed to her ear, Hilton confesses to the camera, “I pretend to be on the phone all the time so people don’t talk to me.”

 

That’s right. So people don’t talk to her. Because clearly Paris Hilton hates attention.