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(195) 5.2 74 min 2019

Serendipity is a movie starring Prune Nourry and Agnès Varda. Serendipity began as a book, published on the occasion of Prune Nourry's solo show at the Guimet National Asian Art Museum in Paris in 2017. The French-born, New...

Agnès Varda, Prune Nourry
Prune Nourry

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Prune Nourry
Writer Alastair Siddons, Prune Nourry
Stars Agnès Varda, Prune Nourry
Country USA
Runtime 1H 14M
Description Serendipity began as a book, published on the occasion of Prune Nourry's solo show at the Guimet National Asian Art Museum in Paris in 2017. The French-born, New York-based artist has spent the majority of her artistic career creating work that deals with women's bodies and female fertility. A recent breast cancer diagnosis led Nourry to create Serendipity-now in the form of a stunning first-person documentary-which captures the subsequent evolution of her body, her work, her soul, and her mind. This impassioned, beautiful film embodies the artist's belief that everything is connected, coincidence is an illusion, and "the essentials to life really are health, love, and art."

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Friday, 10 Apr 2020 12:58

This movie is about a man who was "bought" by a woman. I've always had a thing for people who are in a situation where they are being sold or taken advantage of, and this film is one of those. The man in this story is played by Jason Biggs, and he is the man who is in the wrong place at the wrong time. This movie is extremely well done, and it is a must see for any person who likes to think about the world and their place in it. It shows that even though we may think we are in a position of power, it does not mean we are. This movie is also very realistic. It's very well done, and I was truly moved. The story is about a man named Ted, who is a single father who is in the process of divorcing his wife, and his daughter is getting married. Ted gets a call from a woman named Sassy, who is a housewife and is a single mother. Ted takes the call and tells her he has just bought a house for her, and is going to make her a lot of money. However, Ted has some doubts about the deal, because he has never met her, and he knows that she is not the type of woman he would want to spend time with. But after he gets the house and starts making arrangements, he discovers that she is in a bad situation. Her husband is cheating on her, and he is taking all of the money he is getting from her. He is also going to leave her for another woman, and she is being forced to go back to her old man. He does not want to do this, but she wants to stay with her daughter, so he does what he is told. After a few days, he finds out that he was being lied to, and he ends up running to her to try to save her. He ends up saving her life, and she is now the happiest woman in the world. I really liked this movie, and I recommend it to anyone who likes to think about the world, and how it affects their lives. It is also very realistic, and the ending is very sad. I highly recommend this movie, and I think you will enjoy it. I give this movie a 9 out of 10, and I give it an A+.
Thursday, 09 Apr 2020 12:55

A wonderful film, and I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I was pleasantly surprised by it. I'd heard about it for a while and it was one of those documentaries that I'd heard about but hadn't seen. I've always been a fan of the old-school, documentary style of filmmaking, so I was looking forward to this film. The film follows the story of a group of people who live in a house that has no front door, and they're forced to face the fact that they're stuck in a perpetual state of limbo. They never know when they'll be able to leave and when they're going to die. The film is a lot of fun to watch, and it's interesting to see the process of making it, and the people involved in it. The documentary style is a nice change from what we see in a lot of documentaries, and I can see why people might find it boring, but it's definitely a fascinating look at life and death. The documentary style is a little too clean, though. There are some scenes where you can clearly see that the actors are actually sitting at the table, but other scenes are shot so close up that you can't tell who's talking. It's a little distracting. The only other real problem I had with the film is that it is very slow. I found it very difficult to keep up with all the characters and their stories, and the documentary style makes it hard to keep up with the pace. But that's just me. The characters are interesting, and you're constantly trying to figure out what they're going through. The best part of the film is the way that the director is able to use some of the common tropes of documentary style, and he does it very well. I particularly liked the way that he used a lot of the techniques that he used in "Shine", which is a great documentary. Overall, this is a great documentary that I'd recommend to anyone.

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