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By Steven Ungar

From Amazon: "Cléo de five à 7, Agnes Varda’s vintage paintings of 1962 depicts, in close to actual time, 90 mins within the lifetime of Cléo, a tender girl in Paris anticipating the result of clinical assessments that she fears will determine a deadly situation. The movie, whose visible attractiveness suits its evocation of early 5th Republic Paris, was once an enormous aspect of reference for the French New Wave even though Varda, the one significant woman French director of the interval, by no means thought of herself a member of the middle Cahiers du Cinéma team of critics grew to become filmmakers. Ungar offers an in depth studying of the movie and situates it in its social, political and cinematic context, tracing Varda’s early occupation as a scholar of paintings background and a photographer, the background of post-war French movie, and the long Algerian warfare to which Cléo’s future health issues and goals to develop into a pop singer make her roughly oblivious. His examine is the 1st to set a examining of Cléo’s formal and technical complexity along an research of its prestige as a rfile of a selected historic moment."

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