It doesn't have the usual technical flair of a Varda film, as 80% of it tends to rest more on Varda addressing her audience in a lecture/public speaking environment. Seeing Varda go through her films explaining, discussing and reminiscing though, delivers the same joy, peacefulness and sanctity as any and all of her work.
Astonishing in its craft, scope and aesthetic execution; with a wonderfully nuanced and intensive performance by Florence Pugh. It's just too damn long and often unengaging - moments that are sculpted to jolt the audience don't land particularly well either. It's a tad predictable and that frustrated me more than anything.