Lou Doillon presents Agnès Varda's "Cléo from 5 to 7" in association with The Outnet
“It was an absolute surprise that Agnès would show up and would talk about it much better than I would, so it’s the best of all worlds, which is that you’re going to see a movie that I absolutely adore and you have the great luck of having Agnès here tonight to talk about it” – Doillon
“What is incredible is that I was told that Lou picked my one of my films, can you believe how many beautiful films exist in the world? and she chose me.” – Agnès Varda
Cléo 5 to 7
Cléo 5 to 7 Directed by Agnès Varda in 1961.
Selfish pop singer Cléo (Corinne Marchand) has two hours to wait until the results of her biopsy come back. After an ominous tarot card reading, she visits her friends, all of whom fail to give her the emotional support she needs. Wandering around Paris, she finally finds comfort talking with a soldier in a park. On leave from the Algerian War, his troubles put hers in perspective. As they talk and walk, Cléo comes to terms with her selfishness, finding peace before the results come back.