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A.k.a.
Uncle Yanco
Year
1967
Runtime
18 min.
Director
Agnès Varda
Genres
Documentary, Short
Rating *
7.2
Votes *
200
Checks
454
Favs
17
Dislikes
1
Favs/checks
3.7% (1:27)
Favs/dislikes
17:1
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  1. few visible scars's avatar

    few visible scars

    I guess a big plus of becoming a big name director, and beloved by the art house side of cinema, is you get to put your family home movies out there and everyone goes 'wow, that's a beautiful evocation of family' or something.
    OK, it's nice, for a bit. I would love to become that guy.. but it's far to personal, and has a feel of ... shown how we want it to be seen. So all the beautiful flower people gather round him.. but, hang on, is it TOO coincidental that they are all god looking, healthy, young? Like straight from some idealised fictional film of Woodstock?
    So either the 'not so good looking' ones were turned away that day, for filmic aesthetics ..... or he only picks good looking 'hippy chicks' to join his in crowd.. and now it starts to sound a bit weird, cultist.
    4 years 1 month ago
  2. CineFagos's avatar

    CineFagos

    In Special Features of Agnès Varda "L'une chante, l'autre pas" DVD by Artificial Eye (Collection Vol. 2). ENG subs.

    Born in Smyrna, Jean Varda was the cousin of Eugene Varda, the father of Agnes Varda. The film also presents the genealogical tree of the Varda family. Agnes makes the following comment: "Eugene never spoke about his family. He had forgotten he was Greek."
    More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Varda
    4 years 2 months ago
  3. tazz_85's avatar

    tazz_85

    https://vimeo.com/146496085 3 years 7 months ago
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