Paris Nights: My Year at the Moulin Rouge opens with a bored 26-year-old Cliff Simon staring out at the ocean from his beachfront house, wishing he was somewhere else. Gavin Mills telephones him from Paris inviting him to join him at the iconic Moulin Rouge. Cliff sells everything he owns, leaving Johannesburg, South Africa for the City of Lights. He learns that his spot at the Moulin is not guaranteed, and is forced to audition. Making the grade, he is put into can-can school before he is allowed in.
"Great Memoir, Great Narration, Highly Recommended"