Who invented cinema, a discovery that revolutionized the worlds of entertainment and news? The question is as old as the medium itself and has been debated in France and the United States for the past 120 years. It finally seems to have found an answer at the Grand Palais with the exhibition Lumière, Le cinéma inventé.
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