An intimate, picaresque inquiry into French life as lived by the country's poor and its provident, as well as by the film's own director, Agnes Varda. The aesthetic, political and moral ... See full summary »
I agree with Breravin (despite their receiving a lot of 'not helpfuls')--the film is quite lovely but I wish the plot had been developed more. However, it's obvious that this was meant as an art film--not a traditional narrative. So, I am willing to cut it some slack.
If there was a plot, I didn't notice. All I saw were tons of drawings that felt depressing to watch. However, I must also add that the animation was exquisite and I'd love to know how they made it. It's like a work of art coming to life and the sepia tones worked great with the animation.
By the way, I've seen other films by Dumala--such as SCIANY and KRANZ KAFKA. All are gorgeous...and all are very depressing.
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