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also known as You've Got Beautiful Stairs, You Know

T'as de beaux escaliers, tu sais1986

  • 3.5
What better way to pay tribute to the then fifty-year-old Cinematheque Francaise in one-hundred-fifty seconds than by filming the fifty steps, the steps that lead up to the Musee du Cinema and down to the darkened screening room, where masterpieces featuring famous steps are shown.

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Is it wrong to give 5 stars to a 3 minute film? A huge part of the beauty is that it is a perfect tribute in such a concise form and so eloquent. Varda's films are all different lengths, all quirky, and all great. I would like to see all of her work on this service, that would be great.

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Is it wrong to give 5 stars to a 3 minute film? A huge part of the beauty is that it is a perfect tribute in such a concise form and so eloquent. Varda's films are all different lengths, all quirky, and all great. I would like to see all of her work on this service, that would be great.

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Brisk and charming in Varda's distinctive way. It doesn't matter if you've ever heard of the theater being fêted. If you missed "The Clock", "beaux escaliers" provides something of the same entertaining effect with a more modest investment of time.

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good for one wink

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Great!

Tous ce qu'elle touche, c'est magnifique. Bravo, Agnès Varda.

It's a beautiful, humorous quirky tribute to cinema using 'found' footage and footage she shot herself. It's a fine three minute film that captures what I love about 'going to the cinema.'

Stairs in the movies. Fast paced short full of snippets of same. Cool.

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Very well done. A homage to the filmmaker and the venue.