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

Agnès Varda, photographer, installation artist and pioneer of the Nouvelle Vague, is an institution of French cinema. Taking a seat on a theatre stage, she uses photos and film excerpts to provide an insight into her unorthodox oeuvre.

Comments about documentary «Varda par Agnès» (18)

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Jeremy H.

Yes, the name is the one thing that could be said that is easy to mistake for something other than a documentary about a great artist. The film itself is quite a good one, a must-see for anyone who has a great desire to understand and love a man and woman. And for those who hate the name, the film itself is one of the most brilliant and important film of the last year. I strongly recommend to watch this film.

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Barbara Wagner

What a tremendous film. I thought it was a very moving and inspiring film. It was very well done and well told. I can not imagine what it must have been like to be in the room with these girls, to be their mother, and then to have them die. It was a very sad story, and I am not sure that I will ever get over that. It made me think about my own life, and I could not help but feel sorry for all of the women who had to go through what they did. I think it is very important that people see this film, because I feel that the world would be a much better place if we could all learn from this story. I was very moved by the end, and it made me very sad. I am still shaking after watching it, and I hope that everyone will see it and see what it is like to be a child, to have a mother, and to have a father, and to have a father die. I think that is what this film is really about. I also think that it is very important that people understand that this is what it was like for these girls, and that it is not something that is isolated to one culture. I believe that it is a very important film for people to see, because it is a very sad story, and it is a very sad story that should be shared with everyone.

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Christine Thomas

I don't know about any French people who didn't know that Agnès, one of the founders of the Nouvelle Vague movement, was a very smart woman. She knew that her group was going to turn the city of Paris into a "Cuban" commune, but she did not say this. She wanted the people to know what was going on, but she wanted to protect them from the party that was going to be there. This is also what she did to her people in the countryside of the Loire Valley. She lived in these small houses that she rented out, and she lived there until she could be sure she could live independently. And I think what we learn from her is that when she got to that point, she did not say, "I'm not going to leave". But she did. Agnès knew that she was going to die soon, and she lived for many years in a state of self-denial. For those of you who think that there were elements of the Party which were good, the ones who didn't know how to use violence, the ones who were used to killing people, and the ones who were supposed to be leaders, Agnès was a fighter. She had very strong views about what was right and wrong and how the Party should function. She made sure that the people who were going to be leaders knew what they were doing, and they didn't take their direction from the Party. She knew how to get these people to get on the right track, and she didn't give them any guidance. This is something very important for us. I think what is important for us is to think about this about Agnès and what she did. She is a true hero. Her life shows that she was a brave and intelligent woman who didn't have to be perfect and who wanted to live her life according to what she wanted. She wanted to live her life in her own way. And she lived her life until the end, and she didn't die as a result of the Party. But, of course, the Party had some reasons for what it did, and that is why it failed. Agnès knew the Party was bad, but she didn't want it to be bad, and she also knew that there was no way that the Party could succeed in getting what it wanted. I think we need to think about this for a moment. We need to look at this film for a moment. She's the most important figure of the Nouvelle Vague movement in France. She was a fighter. She was trying to make her point, but she never thought that she was going to die, so she didn't have to be perfect. She was like a street fighter, a guerrilla. She tried to live according to what she wanted, and she was just so scared when she had to die. She just knew that she would die, and she had to be perfect. I think it is a very important film, because it shows

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Victoria M.

This film was just as entertaining as the book. The actors were great, and the story was very true to the book. I was very interested in the character of Agnes Varda, and the actress that played her was very good. I was really surprised that a woman could play such a character. I think that this is the best portrayal of a woman in a film. The film was extremely well made and I was very impressed with the cinematography. I loved the color of the film. It was very dramatic and the colors were just beautiful. I recommend this film to anyone who likes historical films, and those who want to learn more about Agnes Varda.

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I was lucky enough to catch this documentary in a documentary theater in New York. I was skeptical at first, but after the first hour I was completely blown away. It was an amazing story, and I would recommend it to anyone. It's not just a documentary about the musical. It's a documentary about the music and its creation. The music is truly amazing and the documentary really focuses on the music and its creation. I will not go into the details of the story, but if you are a fan of Agnès Varda you should definitely watch this documentary.

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As it is in its language, 'vive la France' is a movie about the great French revolutionary movements in the 19th and 20th century. It shows how popular, and sometimes utopian, ideas were introduced to the people by their leaders. It shows that in the context of a revolution, no one has the right to tell a story. Of course, it is not the case that all ideas and movements are equally valid and valuable, and that the film cannot speak for them. It is a great movie, more a documentary than a movie. The topics and techniques used in the movie are very well chosen, and the manner of presenting them in the movie is as ideal as possible. On the other hand, there are some moments where the movie is a little bit too emotional and non-constructive. But the basic ideas of the movie are a little bit scary, so I'm not sure how useful this movie can be for the cinema community.

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Dennis Taylor

It was a most unexpected surprise to be welcomed by the executive producer of the film after reading the book of the same name. The movie showed the most beautiful scenes of the highlands of Italy and that's what I liked the most. From the very beginning of the movie, when the journey starts from Rome to the castle of Agnès, everything was so beautiful. The scenery, the music and the people. From this place, and the English people, it's a pity that the other person on the screen doesn't speak Italian. There are many memories that are left in my mind after watching the movie. And I hope that the director will do a documentary about that way of life in that region of Italy.

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Jessica M.

This is a fine film, and is a one-of-a-kind documentary about one of the most important subjects of our time: the fight against cancer. In fact, this film is much more than just a chronicle of the life and work of Agnes Varda, and it goes beyond that in a fascinating way. I think that the main reason for the excellent performance of Annaud, Marie-Josee Croze, and the other performers is that they give very realistic and real images of the French community in the immediate aftermath of the movie's release, and it is impossible to believe that the same people that made this movie actually witnessed that terrible disaster. It is a real, touching movie, which takes you back in time to those days, and shows the more-than-insightful people who were part of that community, and gives a true image of what a courageous and passionate person Agnes was. For a woman who managed to survive a terrible disease, and to accomplish the work that she did in her life, I think this film is an excellent portrait of a woman who was at the beginning of her own unique journey.

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Rebecca R.

Varda and Agnès the daughter, brother and sister spoke at length to the camera about their struggle. Their lives were tough, hard, and filled with failures. They spoke in clear English (and French) in front of the camera, giving their thoughts on their struggles and how they overcame them. It is very powerful. One of the most beautiful features of this documentary is the combination of subtitles and non-subtitled interviews with the subjects. You hear their words clearly, their thoughts, their feelings, and your heart goes out to them. I cannot say enough good things about this film. As a child, my mother encouraged me to read and use language. So, when she took me to a film class and told us to expect a few movies and make a wish list, I thought I was going to be in for a long night of watching a few movies. I was so wrong. The morning was full of surprises. I loved the stories and the things that the filmmakers had recorded in the audio files. It gave me a sense of the reality of what these people had gone through. If you don't have the opportunity to see this film, don't miss it.

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The amazing story of Agnès Varda. I first saw this documentary on TV when I was a kid and I was deeply affected by it. I had never seen Agnès before but I had seen many women who were victims of this war, many of them my age. I saw them and their stories, I was moved. This documentary has been on the television and I had never seen it before but I saw it recently and it was such an amazing story. It is a story about a woman who was an activist who was able to do something and it was a story about how she lived her life, how she got the courage to do something and how she made it possible. I don't know if this was done before but it was so much. I really felt for her, I really felt for her and I was moved. I think that this is the greatest documentary I have ever seen. It is amazing. It is so powerful. It is so inspiring. It is a great story. It is so amazing.

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James Meyer

I did a little research on the actual movie and I was not disappointed in the slightest. I would suggest to watch the documentary, if you can't read the subtitles. The movie does a good job of presenting all sides of the story, from the very religious to the not so religious. I really hope that the directors of this movie get their big break soon. I think it's a must see for anyone. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in religion, politics or social media. I also strongly recommend the documentary on how Agnès was treated at the time, to watch. The actors who portrayed Agnès in the film are excellent. I also strongly recommend you to watch the documentary on the murders. A must watch. You will be pleased that there is a movie that shows the reality of modern day Iran. The movie was well done and I would rate it 10 out of 10 stars. I can't wait for a sequel.

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I have seen this documentary before, I have been fascinated by it for over two decades, and still, it stays with me. I can remember watching it with my parents one summer, and I had to explain to them why I was interested in knowing more about Agnes Varda. They weren't interested, but I still hoped that my curiosity would not be the only thing that would make me happy. I am now 45 years old, and a small time-lapsed citizen of the United States. The main reason for my fascination with Varda is the question: "Why did you leave Paris?" My father and I, when we were young, had never heard of her, or how she left. And I guess we thought that if we were going to be something like this, then we couldn't possibly be as exceptional as these women. And so, I can see that there are many women like Agnes Varda out there, as well as the media, in general, that treat women like fodder for their sex appeal. But, if you think about it, Varda and others like her, really suffered for their craft. It is not so much the way of the body (showing her body) as it is the craft of the art itself, of being the art itself. I know that there is much, much more to tell about the work that Varda did, and I think that this documentary would be very helpful to others. My recommendation is to see it, and to make your own opinion about the film. Do you think Varda should have received more credit for her work, or her creativity, or both?

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Madison Reyes

I think the film is a great insight into how the French have a unique way of living and how they are not afraid to be different. I am not French, but I have a great love for France and I was very moved by this film. I feel as if I have seen a documentary and I am a very big fan of the French. I do not know if this film was shot in France or in France, but it is a great movie. I was also very moved by the way the filmmaker talked about the importance of the French language and culture. I think this film is really worth watching.

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Marie R.

One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I was shocked by how well it was done. It's very well done and has a great voice-over from the real woman. This documentary is very honest and true to the woman. I would have to say it's the best documentary I have ever seen and is the best documentary I have ever seen in a long time. I really recommend it to everyone.

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My biggest issue with this documentary was that it was not primarily about Madonnas. There was so much more in it. They are a team of artists and musicians who have collaborated on several songs, and I will continue to keep a close eye on their future work. This documentary gave me such a great appreciation of these talented individuals who I would like to see more of. The music that was played during the documentary was excellent. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone.

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Victoria S.

After seeing this movie, I was a little hesitant about doing a documentary on the subject of Agnes Varda, because it is a very controversial subject. The movie was very well done, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in this subject. It is an excellent introduction to Agnes Varda, and to the history of the Jewish people. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject of Jewish persecution in Europe.

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Jason A.

A true gem of a movie. In my opinion this is one of the best biographical films ever. All the actors did a great job portraying their roles and the movie is very well made. They don't focus much on a single person but instead give you a feel for how a society looks like in the 80s. This film also tells a story about how the poor (and rich) can get along and how each other live. It's also important to point out that you don't have to be white to relate to the characters or to watch it. Anyone can relate to the characters in this movie, if they see or listen to music from the 80s or hear music from that time period, they can relate to this film. This film is a must see for anyone.

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Adam Day

This is a must see documentary about Agnes Varda, a woman who was the first person in the world to successfully reproduce an entire human being, a feat that she accomplished with the help of a few thousand dollars. The film, Agnes, follows her story from the time she was 12 years old, when she was trying to become pregnant, to the present day. The documentary is a very well made piece, and the film does an excellent job of showing her life and her story. She gives an interview at the beginning of the film, and there are many interviews throughout the film. The interviews are informative, and sometimes amusing. In fact, I would recommend this film to anyone who has ever had to deal with infertility, whether it be through the use of artificial insemination or through assisted reproduction. This is a must see film, and I would highly recommend it to anyone.