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On a cold winter’s morning, a farm labourer discovers the dead body of a young woman in a ditch. Her clothes are filthy and torn, her hair unkempt, and her face pale and exhausted. The strange woman appears to have been living rough for some time. Those who encountered her in the weeks preceding her death attempt to piece together her story, to try to work out who she was and where she was heading.
VAGABOND (Sans toit ni loi) won Varda the top prize at the Venice Film Festival.
"I can believe in the thruth of what Varda shows us, and there’s integrity in every frame of the film (…) VAGABOND is the work of a visual artist" / Pauline KAEL, New Yorker, 1986 (USA).