Faces Places (Visages, villages) (2017)
Critic Consensus: Equal parts breezily charming and poignantly powerful, Faces Places is a unique cross-generational portrait of life in rural France from the great Agnès Varda.
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"Faces Places" is a lively, fun, stirring tribute to art and its ability to touch people and bring souls together.
There's a chemistry and respect between the two of them, palpable in the film's first moments, that is inspiring. And when the credits roll 89 minutes later, you realize that this is one journey where you never once crankily asked, "Are we there yet?"
Anyone who can't enjoy this wise and soulful film has to consider whether they've given up on the movies, and on life.
The pair makes an oddly compelling Harold and Maude coupling, touring the countryside in a minibus-cum-box camera and honoring the locals by turning the facades of buildings into ephemeral open-air portrait galleries.
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It is wonderful to see a living legend like Agnès Varda still so full of energy and open to creative expression alongside another artist whose work and style are so different from hers, and it is from this refreshing combination that such a revealing and touching documentary comes to life.
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