Two extremely outside the box creative people, Agnes Varda, filmmaker/photographer and JR, photographer and owner of a photo van I want !! As they travel throughout France adding visual impact with the over-sized photos of everyday people, one can't help but be taken in by their enthusiasm for capturing their subjects. I went on their journey with them, and was thrilled when I saw the eyes on the side of the storage tanks. I remember passing them last year, and wondered who had done them.....now I know !! Great film !!
Faces Places (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie
Faces Places (2017) 1080p
Director Agnes Varda and photographer/muralist J.R. journey through rural France and form an unlikely friendship.
IMDB: 8.01 Likes
- Genre: Documentary |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.49G
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 89
- IMDB Rating: 8.0/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 3 / 46
The Synopsis for Faces Places (2017) 1080p
Agnes Varda, one of the leading lights of France's honored French New Wave cinema era, and professional photographer and muralist, J.R., partake on a special art project. Together, they travel around France in a special box truck equipped as a portable photo booth and traveling printing facility as they take photographs of people around the country. With that inspiration, they also create special colossal mural pictures of individuals, communities and places they want to honor and celebrate. Along the way, the old cinematic veteran and the young artistic idealist enjoy an odd friendship as they chat and explore their views on the world as only they can.
The Director and Players for Faces Places (2017) 1080p
The Reviews for Faces Places (2017) 1080p
Faces PlacesReviewed bySusanShopVote: 10/10
Faces Places is a wonderful film about an artistic pursuit and a nice partnership between two artists, a young man and an older woman. Definitely worth the watch.
I'll be the first to support a documentary about out of the norm artists like J.R. The combination of the young photographer/muralist and the older director Agnès Varda, travelling through France looking for perfect spots and faces to express their art, worked well. Each has their own vision of things and together they bring something out of the ordinary. The shots were interesting to watch, I could have had more. The minor point were the conversations they had with eachother. Not that it was not interesting to hear, but it all sounded like they were reading it straight from a script than having a normal conversation about everything and nothing. That was the only thing that made me not appreciate this documentary more. But in the end it's more about the visual aspect and that was good. Good enough to watch once.