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  1. 27. Aug. 1986 · You've Got Beautiful Stairs, You Know...: Directed by Agnès Varda. With Isabelle Adjani, Agnès Varda. In 1986, the French Cinematheque completed its 50th anniversary and to celebrate its importance to cinema lovers through the years, the great Agnès Varda made this short tribute, narrated by Isabelle Adjani, presenting a contrast ...

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    • Short
    • Agnès Varda
    • 1986-08-27
  2. How good can a three minute dedication to the stairs outside a cinema be? Well, amazing, it turns out - in Varda’s hands. This is a love letter to the cinema, about how it brings the movies to life and puts them into the world. We cut from cinematic sequences of stairs (ones taken from iconic films) to the stairs of the cinema - to watch ...

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    • Miroirs, Ciné-Tamaris
    • Agnès Varda
  3. 1. Short Drama. Synopsis. How, in 150 seconds, can you pay tribute to the Cinematheque Française, which is 50 years old, without filming the 50 steps which lead up to the Musée du cinéma and down to the gloomy auditorium, where the projection of masterpieces with famous flights of stairs take place! MUBI's take.

  4. You've Got Beautiful Stairs, You Know. Amazon » eBay » Der Film You've Got Beautiful Stairs, You Know ist 3 minuten lang aus 1986, unter der regie von Agnès Varda. Die Hauptbesetzung besteht aus Isabelle Adjani und Agnès Varda.

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    • Isabelle; Narrator , (voice, ) , (uncredited
    • Agnès Varda
    • 1986
    • 2
  6. How, in 150 seconds, can you pay tribute to the Cinematheque Française, which is 50 years old, without filming the 50 steps which lead up to the Musée du cinéma and down to the gloomy auditorium, where the projection of masterpieces with famous flights of stairs take place!

  7. Directed by. Agnès Varda. France, 1986. Short, Drama. 3. Synopsis. How, in 150 seconds, can you pay tribute to the Cinematheque Française, which is 50 years old, without filming the 50 steps which lead up to the Musée du cinéma and down to the gloomy auditorium, where the projection of masterpieces with famous flights of stairs take place! Synopsis