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/10
413 Ratings

One Hundred and One Nights

Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinéma

Directed by Agnès Varda
France, 1995
Comedy, Cult

Synopsis

Monsieur Cinéma—once an author, director and producer—is now nearly one hundred years old, but doesn’t look it. Famous actors drop by to visit their old friend. He doesn’t care about his age anymore, it is the golden age for him, rich and happy forever.

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One Hundred and One Nights Directed by Agnès Varda

Critics reviews

Varda would have it that cinema isn’t dead—but in One Hundred and One Nights it definitely seems in need of a nap. In spite of the film’s low, laggy energy level, a valedictory tone is striven for, which leaves little room for real tension of any kind, political, social, or sexual, to slip in.
November 22, 2016
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