After more than 25 years without a U.S. theatrical release, the surreal and playful ‘Jane B. par Agnes V.’ finally screened for audiences in New York City last October. With the pseudo-documentary from the revered Agnes Varda (“Cleo From 5 to 7,” “Vagabond”) hitting VOD platforms today, Indiewire presents an exclusive clip from the movie, which whimsically explores the life of the iconic English actress Jane Birkin.
The non-traditional biopic explores the life and times of a capricious woman, played by (and based on) Jane Birkin, the iconic fashion symbol and renowned singer, actress and model. Varda’s film provides the actress with the opportunity to explore her views on herself, the perceptions of her being to others, and the whimsical nature of acting and performing.
The film was screened at New York’s Lincoln Plaza Cinemas in October and is now available to stream on Amazon.
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