New Digital Restoration! Jean Rouch 101
France | 1961 | Jean Rouch, Edgar Morin
Jean Rouch’s most celebrated documentary that’s not set in Africa finds the anthropologist-filmmaker teaming up with sociologist Edgar Morin to take the pulse of Parisians during 1960. They convene a group of diverse interviewees and ask them if they are happy—before delving into other questions. Later they let their subjects comment on their own screen appearances, gauging how authentic and realistic they are. A seminal work of cinéma vérité. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. Blu-ray. 90 min.
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