Sans Soleil

  • 1982
  • Movie
  • Documentary

SANS SOLEIL, Chris Marker's documentary-travelogue, touches on a variety of cogent and provocative issues and features bleak, sharply intelligent verbal observations about several different cultures. SANS SOLEIL depicts a 1982 trip taken by a fictitious wandering cameraman, Sandor Krasna, whose letters home are read (in English) by Alexandra Stewart,...read more

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  • Released: 1982
  • Review: SANS SOLEIL, Chris Marker's documentary-travelogue, touches on a variety of cogent and provocative issues and features bleak, sharply intelligent verbal observations about several different cultures. SANS SOLEIL depicts a 1982 trip taken by a fictitious… (more)

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