"State Funeral" – A funeral lament masterfully directed by Sergey Loznica, a secular mystery. A tyran responsible for a million deaths has died, he is mourned by crowds of devastated souls, and I am a witness, a participant of this performance, carefully directed 68 years ago. I’m watching it in horror, because I know only too well that history likes to repeat itself.
"Woman" – It’s a unique opportunity – at least for me – to see the world through the eyes of the better half of its inhabitants. Women’s psychological confessions are bold and honest testimony of their lives, driven by love and empathy. I can still see their faces.
"Between Us" – Condensed intimacy brought out to light with misterious little paper cards taken out of a box. A moving portrait of each and everyone of us, who was, is, or will be in love. Straightforward in technique, this one cut my heart right open.
"Face Places" - Agnès Varda, a prominent star of the French Nouvelle Vague, accomplished her final work with the lightness of a debutant cineast. This charming documentary light and funny, takes us on a very personal tour. A moving paean to the world and its people, left me with a feeling of happiness and meaning in life.