Urban public landscapes include several discourses. Movies strengthen, diversify and change these discourses. For this reason, movies are a very important interaction area for the discipline of landscape architecture. With visual, aural and kinesthetic narrative, they have influences on landscapes and landscape perceptions.These influences are analyzed by reading movies and used as data in research. According to the aim of studies and researchers' background, various methodologies are used. One of them is qualitative data analysis software. This does not have a common method.The aim of this study reveals a methodology concerning the use of qualitative data analysis software to read landscape narratives in movies. In this context the case study is Midnight in Paris. Paris is consciously used as one of the characters of the movie. Thus, the narrative about Paris urban landscapes through the movie is revealed.Processing data in the proposed methodology consisted of designating the 7 basic Code Families (Landscapes, Places, Time, Movie characters, Discourses, Human behaviors, Music and Sounds); defining each sequence as a Quotation; creating Codes for each Quotation; and classifying Codes according to Code Families. Analyzing the movie was done by reading Networks between Codes and Code Families, and looking at statistical data in reports. Connections between Code Families contain important data to analyze visual, aural and kinesthetic landscape narratives in movies. Landscapes/Places and Time, Landscape/Places and Discourses, Landscapes/Places and Human behaviors give basic data for reading movies.