SynopsisParis, 1975. When her French boyfriend decides to take her to a party, the documentary’s director falls into the clutches of the French intelligence apparatus. Why this happened she only learns later: At the same party, a man, later known as "Carlos the Jackal," shot three people, and she was associated with this crime. Her life abruptly changes. Ever since then, she has fought against false allegations, false reports, and false stored data. But, no matter what she does, the story keeps sticking to her.
Based on a cinematic inventory, 'PARIS forever' reveals an absurd story, which tells of the arbitrariness of counter-terrorism, of data storage and its consequences.