WOMAN PORTRAITS: Woman is a sequel to Yann Arthus-Bertrand's panoramic portrait of humanity, this time about the female part of the globe's population.

Huser is a regular film critic in MODERN TIMES.
Email: alekshuser@gmail.com
Published: 2020-03-06

In the more than three hours long documentary Human from 2015 let the French photographer and filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand People from all over the world tell about their lives right in the camera - and thus directly to us as spectators. In total, he will have interviewed 2020 people from 60 different countries, all of whom were asked the same questions, filmed against a neutral, black background.

This resulted in a film that highlighted both inequalities and common denominators and created reflections on what it means to be human. Human "Becomes a kind of appeal to the spectator's empathy and humanity, as well as a consideration of humanity in general and the importance of humanity in particular," I wrote in my mention in this newspaper.

Directors Yann Arthus-Bertrand and Anastasia Mikova [/ caption]

The woman with big K?

With a saw sexual premise, this project is in some danger of emphasizing the perception of the female in a contradiction to the male. The world hardly needs a pretentious and…


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