What does being a woman really mean? How do women live the status society reserves for them? A group of women, beautiful or not, young or not, gifted with motherly instinct or not, answer before Agnès Varda's camera.
While in San Francisco for the promotion of her last film in October 1967, Agnès Varda gets to know a relative she had never heard of before. This unknown uncle lives on a boat, is a painter, has adopted a hippie lifestyle and loves life.
A subtitle warns, "Beware of dark sunglasses." Anna and her lover, whose looks in bowler and bow tie are reminiscent of a young Buster Keaton, kiss chastely on a bridge overlooking the ... See full summary »
"I'll look at you, but not at the camera. It could be a trap," whispers Jane Birkin shyly into Agnès Varda's ear at the start of JANE B. PAR AGNES V. The director of CLEO FROM 5 TO 7 and ... See full summary »
Agnes Varda, someone I really adore, she's so stylistic and esthetically correct. this is about architecture. alright, maybe this sounds like boring, but she explains a lot about architecture that's very interesting. it made me reflect on Tarkovsky's Andreij Roubljov. the film makes us think about architecture, sex and the couple on the soundtrack, talking about things as love and other nice experiences like poetry. and all this in less than six minutes! it's really inspiring for beginning or elder movie freaks like me. the things we learn about architecture, were unknown to me: everything is about love. that's strange, but it is. at least, that's what I intended to be the message of this experimental short film.
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