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It's not too often a filmmaker will give us a full and unambiguous autobiography on film; if we find out about who they are, he or she will bring themselves into the art that is ostensibly other stories. Agnes Varda looks back on her life using cinema and it is among the most unique things I've ever seen - though it is not inconsistent with many films she has made before (The Gleaners and I comes to mind) as far as her life being inextricably and most often joyfully being connected with her work. This doesn't mean she doesn't shy away from the pain as well; the parts regarding Jacques Demy in his final years are somber and tender.Pure, unadulterated imagination, heart, empathy, a light yet wholly potent surrealism, a seemingly endless connection to other people, art, photography, and of course those cats (including an eccentric cameo by Chris Marker). I feel like I got a lifetime in just a little under two hours. And how about her cardboard car that she tries to park into her tiny garage!And it's the kind of wonderful and priceless piece of autobiography that has digressions (one of which about Jim Morrison). It may help to see at least a few of her films before going into this, but even if you only have a cursory knowledge of film history or Demy or what have you, it's still effective and affecting as a story that contains many stories and is about getting us to see the world as vibrantly and daringly as she does.As life changes and the world goes through other developments, the beaches stay the same.

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Agnes Varda, one of the most original women directors, bar none, is at it again. We were quite impressed by this film, which is not a biography, but in which Ms. Varda takes us on a tour of her life. She has always been admired for her films, but this account is almost a confession she makes to us, her audience. Islands have been a close subject for her, and so we are shown parts of her life where she has been closely tied to these places in the sea."Les plages d'Agnes" serves the director to take us along for a magical ride in which reveals some things that one never knew about her, as well as she goes over some parts of her life we already knew. Her life with Jacques Demy and their work is often seen at different moments of their distinguished careers. The revelation of her husband's death from AIDS must have weighed heavily on her. Such a vital man to succumb to that disease is hard to imagine and one can only feel for what Agnes went through in that ordeal.In spite of her age, Agnes Varda shows an amazing amount of energy. She sets most of the narrative on a beach in which she lets her imagination go wild with the possibilities she can create from the elements she uses. She is also seen rowing on the Seine near the Pont Neuf, a bridge that she feels a connection to.Some snippets of her big hits are shown, like the immensely satisfying "Cleo, from 5 to 7", and "Vagabund", just to mention two. She is kind to the artists she has enjoyed working with. She gave the great Phillipe Noiret his start in the French cinema. She is also generous to other people that have done great things in the French industry like, Resnais, Truffaut, Chabrol, Godard, Demy, and Rivette, among others.Funny that Ms. Varda was born not in France, but in Belgium. She made her home in the country which welcomed her. There is a sequence in which we see her and her family doing a kind of a slow dance on a beach that has to be one of the most moving moments for this viewer. This film is highly recommended even for people that have not seen Ms. Varda's previous work. She wins us over just by being herself.

The shining cast. The shining soundtrack. The Shining is such a classic how can one even comment on it? Obviously this film is a legend, a classic etc. And some of the most legendary lines around were coined in this movie. Great acting, great special affects, creepy! Eerie(very eerie. A classic!But one thing I have to add: as good and scary as the movie was, as erie as it was, I found some of the scenes to be either intentionally or unintentionally rather funny too. "All work and no play" being typed over and over again) here's johnny" even the famous "RED RUM. to an extent. I'm not sure whether it was supposed to be that way but many of us felt that way and would go into gales of laughter when certain particular scenes came on.That's NOT to diminish the movie's eriness or fear factor AT ALL. I'm just thinking that there were some unexpected moments of wit in this classic as well and that made it all the more fun to watch. RED RUM.

The shining scene. The shining bar scene. The shining online. Greatest of All Time in cinema history.How does Jack not notice that NONE of that is supposed to be there? Even if I was going mad, I would still know something was up.The shining trailer.

I have yet to see a creepier opening sequence or a masterpiece of horror that was ahead of its time.Best saw movie ever. This is god. The shining review. The shining star. The shining remake. The shining. The shining path. The shining hotel. Doctor Sleep is one of the greatest movies I've seen in a long time. I knew it was based off of The Shining even though I have never seen The Shining but I was thoroughly impressed throughout the whole film. Their were a few scary scenes but I was mostly on the edge of my seat because you didn't know what would happen next. It's a 10/10 for me.Not gonna lie i laugh whenever the lady gets scared or whenever i see the bear T_T. The shining 1997. 2:53 Signed a contract or sold his soul. That's how great contracts work, which are not so great if you take a second to use your common sense. 041b061a72


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