Wow ! What a splendid film and great idea. in the end I had somehow tears in my eyes. this film makes you think at so many things during the 75 minutes. I would love to live in a world like that, everything was somehow simpler. there were no huge supermarkts, there was a closer relationship between humans.
A universe seems to be full of universes and Rue Daguerre is one of them and then Rue Daguerre is full of Daguerreotypes who are universes themselves. And Agnes Varda explores those universes. And it is so good to get a inside these worlds through her lenses. You always feel if a director treasured her personages/characters, it's made with such delicacy and genuine interest.
Varda's portrait of the people on her street in a working-class neighborhood meets all my expectations for what a good documentary should be. We see working people in their real environments, standing up, working, moving around-and never do we see anyone sitting in a chair talking! I don't know who invented that format of filming people sitting in chairs talking,but those film makers can learn from people like Varda!