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    Subject: Les glaneurs et la glaneuse
    Date: Jan 13, 2002
    Sender: Thomas HiltPrevious | Next

    It is a very beautiful film. It gave one a lot of inspirational thoughts on once live and values. What struck me the most was the intimacy Agnes Varda showed us. It was at times as if one was allowed into her soul. She shared her ageing, showed us the human perishableness, and that we after all are just visitors on this planet. Her monotonous and prudent sounding voice guided us adventurously through a journey I hoped would never end. If was a film screeming for harmony, and optimistically wanting to show people trying to live in harmony with nature and our sorroundings natural limits.

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    Comment index:

  • At last a real film about real people.   from Lysette, Oct 26, 2001
  • » Les glaneurs et la glaneuse «   from Thomas Hilt, Jan 13, 2002
  • The Gleaners   from Andy, Aug 21, 2002
  • At last a real film about real people.   from Lysette, Oct 26, 2001
  • » Les glaneurs et la glaneuse «   from Thomas Hilt, Jan 13, 2002
  • The Gleaners   from Andy, Aug 21, 2002