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“It’s good to see a woman standing tall.” The words are spoken by the Belgian-born filmmaker Agnes Varda late into her wonderful new movie, as she and her crew snap photographs of three women in the French port city of Le Havre. Her plan is to make the women stand as tall as possible by printing...
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