The “Bastilles Day” video, which was released this past weekend, is a compilation of clips of famous scenes from French culture, such as the Battle of Bastille Day.
It was also a collaboration between the two major American film festivals, the Sundance Film Festival and the Tribeca Film Festival.
Here’s a quick primer on what the film’s trailer looks like: In the video, Bastille is a fictional town in France where the fictional characters of the French film industry have come together to protest against what they see as corruption, police brutality and other injustices.
The story was based on the fictional town of Dijon, a fictional French city in the southern province of Alsace-Lorraine.
As a result, Bastilles Day was born.
It has since been expanded to include other towns in France and the U.S. (including Paris and New York).
The clip features clips from movies like “The Passion of the Christ” and “The French Connection,” but it also features scenes from other films, such the 2014 movie “Babette” starring Natalie Portman and Christian Bale.
The film was nominated for best animated short at the Cannes Film Festival, but the video was ultimately dropped from the festival’s shortlist due to the film being too controversial.
In 2016, the French government proposed a law that would make the celebration of Bastilles day illegal, with punishments ranging from a fine to imprisonment.