Le Bonheur

Le Bonheur
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ABRAHAM

Rest in peace to one of the greats

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Gabriel

Le Bonheur is beautiful in its simplicity and is anchored by its distinct visual appeal, vibrant heart and bittersweet aftertaste.
RIP Agnes Varda

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Lauren

rest in peace angel

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Gwendolyn

One of my absolute favorites. Varda is a genius. This is a dark feminist fairy tale so well told! There is a brilliant essay on the film written by Rebecca J. DeRoo on this film called, "Unhappily ever after: visual irony and feminist strategy in Agnès Varda’s Le Bonheur," You can find it ...Read more

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hanny

the editing, the color, the story. Varda

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Matt

Agnes Varda's follow-up to Cleo From 5 to 7 (one of my all-time favorites) is another masterpiece. The beginning of Cleo is one of my favorite movie scenes, the ending of this film has become another. It begins as a gorgeously shot exploration of a young couple in love in the French ...Read more

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Mike

I love everything by Agnes Varda and this film did not disappoint. The ending was sad however the cinematography, editing, narrative acting and colour were all wonderful.

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Ngozi

I'm so mad. It's excellent.

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