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Varda par Agnès

Varda par Agnès is a TV mini-series starring Agnès Varda, Sandrine Bonnaire, and Hervé Chandès. Agnès Varda, photographer, installation artist and pioneer of the Nouvelle Vague, is an institution of French cinema. Taking a seat on a...

Other Titles
Varda av Agnès, Η Ανιές με τα Λόγια της Βαρντά, Varda według Agnès, Varda por Agnès, Varda by Agnès, Varda al Agnès, Varda, Agnèsin silmin, Varda von Agnès, アニエスによるヴァルダ, Varda, med Agnès ögon, Agnès Varda - Publikumsgespräche
Running Time
1 hours 55 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
Agnès Varda, Sandrine Bonnaire, Hervé Chandès, Nurith Aviv
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An unpredictable documentary from a fascinating storyteller, Agnès Varda's next film sheds light on her experience as a director, bringing a personal insight to what she calls "cine-writing," traveling from Rue Daguerre in Paris to Los Angeles and Beijing.

Comments about documentary «Varda par Agnès» (18)

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I'm not a big fan of Gilles Lavoisier but I've seen his work in documentaries before, so I decided to give this film a chance. The director and producer are very good in their craft and the film is very well done. The narration is very good and the interviews are very well done. The people interviewed are very interesting and they talk about the film and what it means to them. The editing is very good and the soundtrack is very good. It's a very good documentary and I recommend it.

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Kelly Johnston

I've been a fan of the series for some time, and I've loved the trilogy of films. I loved it when it was just a series of movies. It was not until the last movie that I became really interested in the overall story of the film. I saw this film on TV recently and I found it to be one of the best films of the year. It's a very intense film. In a way that's what I was looking for. It's very intense and it's also very difficult to watch at times. I didn't like how much it was trying to be a documentary. It's a great film. I'm not going to lie, it's quite a film. It's an incredible film. I can't think of a single thing that I didn't like about it. It's an amazing film. I would definitely recommend it to anyone. It's really one of the best films of the year. It's a fantastic film.

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Emma R.

Feminist filmmaker Agnès Varda's Oscar-nominated documentary "Agnes Varda: A woman in crisis" opens with a scene from the movie "La Vie en rose" (2000), a satirical take on the plight of women in the Ivory Coast, who are forced to live in dire conditions. "There are no men," she says. "There are no women." It's a message that could be translated as "there are no men, no women". It's a message that's been echoed across the world, but it's not entirely accurate. "Agnes Varda" focuses on the life of Agnes Varda, an English teacher in Paris, who is in a position of power and privilege, but whose life is punctuated by poverty and suffering. Varda's wife is too busy to care for her. She's tired of seeing her daughter starved to death. Her daughter is pregnant, but Varda cannot afford to have the baby. Varda's husband has been a doctor, but is now a carpenter. His work is worthless, and he's getting a lot less money. Varda's husband can't afford to keep his job, so he is forced to sell his car to pay his mortgage. Varda's son has been in and out of psychiatric hospitals. "They do not treat him," Varda says. "They don't even treat him. They have to treat him." Varda's daughter has been sent to live with relatives. The daughter is a prostitute. Her mother is too busy to look after her. "They have no power to make her do anything," Varda says. Varda is an activist. She travels around the world to get out her message. She wants people to see that women are oppressed. She's frustrated with the international community. She wants to see the U.N. investigate and report on the fact that women are being raped and murdered in Africa. She wants to see her own country take action. Varda says she has two goals in life. She wants to see women have equal rights, and she wants to help others see that women are oppressed, too. But she also wants to see the world, and the human race, change. It's a very complicated story, and the film is a tremendous achievement. But the film itself is only part of the story. The film is a powerful commentary on the struggles of women, but it's also a deeply personal story, and it's very difficult to watch, because Varda is one of the most intelligent, passionate and honest people you've ever seen. She's a brilliant filmmaker, but she's also one of the most vulnerable people you've

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Alexander Little

This documentary follows the life of Agnes Varda, a renowned French writer, from her childhood to her death in 2006. The movie tells the story of how she was influenced by her parents, her childhood, and her travels. Her parents are critical of her writing and she is not accepted by her mother, who blames her for not being an actress. Her father was more supportive, though she has not seen him since childhood. The film also explores her friendship with the famous French actress Simone Signoret, who she befriended while she was a child and later married. She has three children and is now in her early 80's. Varda's husband was also critical of her writing. She did not like him and could not accept his rejection of her. The film shows that she is a great writer and a wonderful mother. She was never an actress, and never used her talents to write, but rather to be a writer. She was an outstanding writer and also an excellent mother. She never let her children down. I do not know why she is not more celebrated in France. She was a great writer and mother. I think that people need to see her in this documentary to understand her more.

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Stephanie Guerrero

A brilliant documentary that gives an in-depth look into the making of this remarkable film. It's not really a documentary. It's more a series of vignettes. Each segment is told in a lighthearted, fun, and easy to understand way. But when you think about it, it's not really a documentary. It's a retrospective of the film, and it's a very interesting one. It's very interesting to see how these people made the film. There's no real point to this film other than the incredible characters that they have. It's a very funny look at how an interesting idea can be turned into a very interesting film. I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a documentary.

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Doris Gibson

This is one of the few films I have ever seen where I felt as though I was really seeing it for the first time. This is because the film is as intimate and as real as any documentary could be. The performances are great, the editing is excellent, and the music is excellent. The film is a love letter to all of the films made in France and it is beautiful to see the growth of cinema from the early 1950s to the late 1970s and onwards. It shows a glimpse into the world of filmmaking, and it is not just for the French. It is also a love letter to all of the actors, and how they managed to pull off the characters they were given. The characters in this film are not just the main characters, but the supporting characters, the characters who appear in the background, and the characters who play minor roles. The actors all look as though they are having a ball with this film. The film is also very beautiful to look at, and it is a great film to watch with a friend, or on a rainy day.

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Zachary Garcia

I never knew what the documentary about Agnès was about, but I am happy to say that it is a fascinating and fascinating documentary about the life and legacy of Agnes Varda, the legendary actress and one of the most beautiful actresses of all times. The movie is about the wonderful woman who lived for years and years, and who was the most beautiful and talented actress of all times. She was so unique and beautiful, and had a very special personality. It is very fascinating to see how she always had a good heart, always wanted to help people, and was always there for her friends. The movie is very informative and wonderful, and the people in the documentary did an amazing job in making this movie. You can really see how great an actress she was, and how her life was like. There is so much that you can learn about her. The movie is very informative, and it is very well made. It is very fascinating to see how she was and what she did, and also to see how she changed. This is a must see for all movie lovers. I have seen the movie a few times, and I will definitely see it again.

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Hannah Gomez

If you're interested in these two great actresses and their lives, this is a must-see. One of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It gives a wonderful insight to how these two actresses have been given the roles they have, and how the characters they play have shaped them. It also shows how much they've accomplished in their lives, and how their lives have been altered by their roles. In the same way that it's important to know the history of the Civil Rights Movement and the early 1960s, it's equally important to know how these two amazing actresses have shaped their lives. They are amazing, and it's a great story.

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Having seen this film, I can say that it is not exactly a classic of the genre, but it is still a very good film. As an avid moviegoer, I am quite familiar with the issues raised by this film, and while the topics it touches on are important, there are certain aspects of this film that I found to be very difficult to swallow. The film begins with a great idea of how we should be able to reduce our carbon footprint, and then proceeds to try to show us how to do it, while at the same time showing us how we can't do it, even though we know it is possible. The film uses this idea as a backdrop for a conversation about the ethics of animal testing, which is a topic that has been well covered in the media. What I found to be the most challenging aspect of this film, and a lot of people have commented on this, is the dialogue between the two main characters. At times, they seem to be going off on tangents, and it is quite hard to follow what they are saying. This is a problem that has been pointed out in many reviews of this film, and it is a problem that I found to be quite distracting. Still, I found this film to be quite interesting, and I think it is definitely worth watching. It is a very good film, and I definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in the ethics of animal testing. It is not a film that everyone will like, but it is still a good film, and is worth watching. I give this film a B+.

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This documentary was directed by Quentin Tarantino and stars himself and his wife, the actress Agnes Bruckner, in an interview about the film "Inglourious Basterds." In the first part of the film, the two discuss the history of the movie and Tarantino's role in it. In the second part, the interviewee discusses the genesis of the film, including his struggle with depression and the reasons for its making. The interviewer questions Tarantino about the extent to which he had to modify the movie for the "right" audience, and how the result differed from what he had originally wanted. The interviewer also asks Tarantino about his relationship with his wife, and how she has changed since he has been married to her. The interviewer is a fan of Tarantino's work, and I think he does a good job of explaining the impact of "Pulp Fiction" and "Kill Bill" on him. He also discusses how he got into making movies, how he became involved with "Reservoir Dogs," and his first experiences in directing. The interview is very interesting, but it is very difficult to get the time to absorb everything the interviewer asks about. I think it would have been better to cut a few segments, or even to shorten the interview. The DVD also has several interview segments, such as a Q&A with Tarantino, a discussion about his career, and one with him discussing his first film, "Pulp Fiction." I would recommend this documentary to those who want to learn more about Quentin Tarantino.

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The documentary focuses on the difficult relationship between Agnes Varda (Yann Martel), a Jewish immigrant to France who was raped by a Nazi officer and died in hospital, and Agnes Leroi (Jacqueline Bisset), a French woman who became a great advocate for the victims of the Holocaust and a key figure in the anti-Nazi resistance. They had the same name but different backgrounds, but were part of the same movement. They had different views on the political situation of France in the 1940s, but the same ideas about the world. They were very different people. The movie focuses on the friendship that they shared, and how they influenced each other and the world. It's a wonderful documentary and very informative. It's not one of those documentaries that you watch once and forget about it, but it's worth watching again.

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Diana H.

This documentary is a glimpse into the life of Agnes Varda, a leading figure in the French feminist movement. Her case is fascinating, as is the film. She was a student activist in the 1960's who was arrested in Paris for protesting the treatment of women in France. The charges were later dropped. She was released from prison and began a long career as an activist. In her book "Eternal Girl", she explains her reasons for her activism. She came to realize that women are often treated as second-class citizens in France. She believed that it is important to bring attention to the issue. She did this in a way that was not direct and also avoided being political. She was one of the founders of the Femen group and she also organized protests against the Vietnam War. After her release from prison, she continued her activism. She eventually became the leader of the Femen group and was arrested a second time. The documentary also focuses on her career as a feminist. It shows how she organized protests against the Vietnam War, women's rights, and abortion. It also shows how she became involved in the anti-war movement. In addition, there is footage of her activism. This documentary is an interesting look into the life of a woman who was a feminist and is still active today.

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Joseph Sims

One of the most extraordinary people I have ever known, a master of the arts, a complete, complete, complete human being. She has only one wish: to make the world a better place. And if you are willing to listen to her story, you will find it all the more powerful. After her cancer diagnosis, she tells her story in such a way that you can't help but be moved by her beauty and her intelligence. It is like a mirror that reflects the world we live in, a mirror that shows us how we have been lied to. I cannot say more than this without revealing the secrets of her life and her mind. I have watched this movie several times, and I have always been moved by the beauty of the world she lived in, and the simple things that she did. I think this movie is absolutely fantastic.

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Ronald Cunningham

This is the story of a group of French soldiers in Vietnam, who from 1968 to 1972, faced the challenges of the war, with a very positive effect on their morale and their physical condition. The movie is about the men who fought in the war and their relationship with their families. It is very difficult to find a documentary about this war that is truthful and does not promote a certain point of view. The men are depicted as good guys, despite their losses. This is a great example of how the French soldiers were, in their own words, not the bad guys, but men who were willing to die for their country, even if they were not fighting for the war itself. It is also interesting to see that the soldiers were not part of the regime, as the movie makes it out to be. The film was made by a group of soldiers, who are all of them veterans. It is also interesting to see that many of the soldiers were interviewed about the war, as they were not allowed to tell their stories. This is a good movie, that has its moments of sadness, but it is also a great documentary that makes the viewers see a different side of the war.

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Carol Welch

I loved this film. It was both refreshing and fascinating. The film opens with a scene of a large man in a swimming pool in an attempt to regain his lost youth. In his home, a young boy watches the film and asks the father, "What is this?" The father responds, "It's a film." The boy is immediately drawn in by the quality of the film and by the art in which it was created. The boy is mesmerized and entranced by the film and all the images in it. He begins to ask questions and the father begins to answer. In the course of the film, the father, Agnes Varda, asks many questions about the life and death of her mother, Agnès, and her sisters, which she had not previously been asked. Her mother, Agnès, had been a strong, self-reliant woman who believed that life was full of meaning and that there was a universal power that would support the people of France. The father, Agnes, had a different outlook on life and believed that people were to be judged on their own merits and that the French people had been made to live by God. He believed that the death of Agnes and the destruction of her life was a mistake and that she would return to live on the earth. The film also focuses on the life of the father's sister, Annie, who was raised in the same manner as Agnes, but is a very different person. She is married to a man she never loved and feels no loyalty to. She believes that she was born to be a woman and that she must always work for the happiness of others. She feels that her life is meaningful and that her husband has never loved her. She lives in a constant state of sadness. When her husband tells her that she is to be the mother of a child, she cries and asks him, "How can I be the mother of a child?" His reply, "It's a woman's role to be a mother." When Agnes returns home, she finds her sister living with a man who never loved her and believes that she is not a woman. She tells her sister that she will always love her. The father, Agnes, does not respond to the mother's questions and her sister grows increasingly frustrated. Eventually, she finds herself in the position of having to choose between her own life and that of her sister. The film shows that the father's views about life and the world are very different from the mother's. The father believes that life is full of meaning, but the mother believes that it is fleeting. The father believes that people have to be judged on their own merits. The mother, on the other hand, believes that people are to

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Amanda R.

I agree with the other reviewers on the subject of the excessive use of voice-over. While I think it is a very interesting technique, and it does work for some films, I find it very distracting for the majority of the film. In the end, the film's first half is more interesting, although the voices are certainly distracting. However, the second half is very well done, and the story becomes much more interesting. The acting is excellent, and is very much believable. The film shows the daily life of the French, but it is much more than just a soap opera, and is well worth watching. I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

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Jane Ramirez

I have seen this film in a cinema for the first time in a long time. I remember when it was released and I loved it. It was such a pity that it is now available on DVD. I love this film and I really loved seeing it again. However, the DVD is too cheap for me. The film is shot in a series of frames that is made to look like a cinema with only two seats in the middle of the cinema. The camera work is so amateur that I was a bit suspicious that it was an amateur video. I don't know why they have made a film like this in France. I am sure it was a very nice film, but I just didn't find it as good as I had hoped it would be. I feel that they could have made a better film than this one. I think it is a pity that the film was shot like that. I would not like to see it again because I would like to watch it again. I hope that it will be released on DVD again. The actors are all very good. I have not seen Marlene D'Amour before, but I think that she is very good. I think that she is a great actress and a great singer. I hope that she will get a good role in a better film.

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A great documentary about the life and work of a remarkable and brilliant woman. "Agnes Varda" is a woman who had such a great impact on cinema, and on society in general, as an artist and a teacher. She taught that what is important is not the type of movie you make, but the way you make it. She also showed that it is a mistake to judge movies by their star power, or their commercial success. She taught that the quality of a movie depends on the quality of the director and the script. In the end, she died in a very peaceful way, with a peaceful death. This is a wonderful documentary, and I highly recommend it.