All those power and phone lines seem very dangerous in this context.
She seems to be about to either get knocked off her craft or sliced.
Is this like a metaphor for the way electricity traps us? Or something? Whatever, it is delightful.
I really have no idea, since I am Frenchless, but I think it's an early scifi story. Soooo... your guess is as good as mine.
ooooh pretty.I googled:This came up.""A neighborhood confused" Illustration pour La vie électrique , Paris, G. Illustration for Life Electric, Paris, G. Decaux, 1890. Decaux, 1890.Albert Robida Paris, BNF, département des Imprimés (4°Y2 5065) Paris, BNF, Department of Prints (4 ° Y2 5065) Les aéro-taxis manoeuvrent habilement dans le ciel embrouillé de la capitale. The air-taxis in the sky jockey tangled in the capital."I think it is just darn swell.And I am reminded--oh, I am always reminded, it seems--in this case I am reminded of The Fifth Element. Swell flick. "Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose"
Yep, that's what I found, too. I just don't know the plot. You know, I think I'm in the mood to rewatch that flick. Maybe I'll go put it on my netflix.
The air-taxis in the sky jockey tangled in the capital sounds like Douglas Adams or maybe even Stanislaw Lem. & yeah--5th Element is sure a fun one. Gary Oldman's accent is the tops. So much to love.
The future is soooo disappointing, compared to what it should have been.
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