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028: Vagabond and Agnès Varda’s unique style of storytelling

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Today on the podcast we tackle Agnès Varda’s 1985 masterpiece Vagabond

028: Vagabond and Agnès Varda’s unique style of storytelling
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“She blew in like the wind. No plans, no goals… No wishes, no wants”

Today on the podcast we tackle Agnès Varda’s 1985 masterpiece Vagabond, which tells the story of a young woman who chooses a life as a drifter. Andrew Camarillo is back again to talk about the legacy of Agnès Varda herself and her significant place in cinematic history as well as her unique style of storytelling.

Philosophical quote we discuss: “A different version of you exists in the minds of everyone who knows you.”

Season 4 Lineup

5/11/20 Tokyo Story

5/25/20 The Seventh Seal

6/8/20 Stalker

6/22/20 Vagabond

7/6/20 Three Colors: Blue

7/20/20 The Tree of Life

Links

Vagabond and special features on The Criterion Channel

Vagabond on imdb

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Andrew Sweatman

Andrew Sweatman

Andrew is a writer, podcaster, and film lover who wants to help people think critically about movies. He lives in central Arkansas with his wife Allison and two children, Rosie & Beau. Andrew is the Senior Editor at Arthouse Garage. Find him at ArthouseGarage.com and on Twitter and Instagram: @ArthouseGarage.

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