One Sings, the Other Doesn't

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Released 1977

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One Sings, the Other Doesn't

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Director:
Agnes Varda
Released:
1977
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The film is a feminist musical. Paris, 1962. Pauline, a rebellious 17-year-old girl, sings in her high school club and wants to drop out. Suzanne, 22, is taking care of her two children and has to face the fact that their father committed suicide. Life is separating them from each other as the '60s explode; and each see theirs as a women's struggle. Pauline, after a love affair in Iran that turns bad, becomes a singer in a woman group touring in the country side. Suzanne gets out of her misery and works in family planning. Ten years later, the two women meet again in a feminist demonstration. At the end of the story, we see them together again with their grown up children.
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    Drama

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    80s, Foreign Language