Daguerreotypes (1975)

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Portraits of the people that occupy the small shops of the Rue Daguerre, Paris, where the filmmaker lived.


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3 June 2001 | filmvirus
A charming film not to be missed
It's not exactly a documentary nor a fiction film. It's more of a magical diary on the rue de Dagerre and the people who lived there on that named street. The fiction part and the interview elements all blended well together forming an amusing half tales half fact.. I can't explain it well enough so please go try see it for yourselves and you will never regret and think of all non fiction films as cold heart materials again.

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