Not Rated | | Documentary
Portraits of the people that occupy the small shops of the Rue Daguerre, Paris, where the filmmaker lived.
The title is a play on words, after Louis Daguerre, the French inventor of the photograph, called then a "daguerreotype". The shops and people featured in the movie are all on Daguerre Street, within a block of the filmmaker Varda's home. Varda is an avid still photographer.
The title is given as an acrostic over the single page of credits, each letter of the title using one letter of each person in the credits, beginning with the D in Agnès Varda.
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