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Oct. 23, 201974 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Serendipity began as a book, published on the occasion of Prune Nourry’s solo show at the Guimet National Asian Art Museum in Paris in 2017. The French-born, New York-based artist has spent the majority of her artistic career creating work that deals with women’s bodies and female fertility. A recent breast cancer diagnosis led Nourry to create Serendipity-now in the form of a stunning first-person documentary-which captures the subsequent evolution of her body, her work, her soul, and her mind. This impassioned, beautiful film embodies the artist’s belief that everything is connected, coincidence is an illusion, and “the essentials to life really are health, love, and art.”
Plot: French artist Prune Nourry has spent her working life exploring issues around the human body. At the age of 31, Prune is diagnosed with breast cancer. She starts documenting her treatment and its effect on her own body, turning her medical odyssey into an intimate artistic undertaking that leads her to find new meaning in her work and its serendipitous relationship to her own survival.
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everything is art
Greetings again from the darkness. 31 years old. It’s an age that can feel old while in fact, it’s so young. Certainly too young for a diagnosis of breast cancer – not that there is ever a right age for such news. New York City-based French artist Prune Nourry was 31 when she was hit with the breast cancer diagnosis, and she turned her journey into a book, published in 2017, and subsequently this blend of art film and personal video journal.

The film opens with the camera on a hospital gurney as it is wheeled through various hallways and into examination rooms. It’s Ms. Nourry’s way of having us join her on her trip through the medical maze. One of the unique aspects of the film is how she connects her current situation to some of her past works. When she learns that she must freeze her eggs for future use before her chemotherapy sessions begin, she ties that into her 2009 art project entitled “The Procreation Dinner”, where the steps of In vitro fertilization are presented in food form … through birth and finishing with a flan breast feeding dessert. It’s at this time where she shows us her eggs magnified under the microscope lens. We now better understand the artist and her way of dealing.

With a mastectomy as first step, Ms. Nourry meets up with Oscar nominated French director Agnes Varda (FACES PLACES, 2017). Ms. Varda passed away earlier this year, but here she assists Ms. Nourry with cutting off 15-18 inches of her beautiful and braided hair so that it can be donated prior to her chemo. The film takes us through the treatment process, which includes the psychological impact of having one’s body altered so drastically. Is the challenge more physical or mental? We can only know that each person reacts in their own way.

Known as a sculptor, much of Ms. Nourry’s work can be considered performance, or even participatory. With work often related to the female body and female rights, other pieces of her work included here are “Sperm Bank” (2011), “Holy Daughters” (2010-11), “Holy River” (2011-12), “Imbalance” (2014, also a short film), “Terra Cotta Daughters” (to be unearthed in 2030), and “The Amazon” (2018).

Executive Producers of the film include Angelina Jolie and Darren Aronofsky, and while shaving her own head, Prune Nourry shares her philosophy of life that “everything is connected.” With the film documenting much of her art work, she emphasizes that this life philosophy focuses on Health, Life, and Art … just like her film.

Review By: ferguson-6 Rating: 6 Date: 2019-10-17
everything is art
Greetings again from the darkness. 31 years old. It’s an age that can feel old while in fact, it’s so young. Certainly too young for a diagnosis of breast cancer – not that there is ever a right age for such news. New York City-based French artist Prune Nourry was 31 when she was hit with the breast cancer diagnosis, and she turned her journey into a book, published in 2017, and subsequently this blend of art film and personal video journal.

The film opens with the camera on a hospital gurney as it is wheeled through various hallways and into examination rooms. It’s Ms. Nourry’s way of having us join her on her trip through the medical maze. One of the unique aspects of the film is how she connects her current situation to some of her past works. When she learns that she must freeze her eggs for future use before her chemotherapy sessions begin, she ties that into her 2009 art project entitled “The Procreation Dinner”, where the steps of In vitro fertilization are presented in food form … through birth and finishing with a flan breast feeding dessert. It’s at this time where she shows us her eggs magnified under the microscope lens. We now better understand the artist and her way of dealing.

With a mastectomy as first step, Ms. Nourry meets up with Oscar nominated French director Agnes Varda (FACES PLACES, 2017). Ms. Varda passed away earlier this year, but here she assists Ms. Nourry with cutting off 15-18 inches of her beautiful and braided hair so that it can be donated prior to her chemo. The film takes us through the treatment process, which includes the psychological impact of having one’s body altered so drastically. Is the challenge more physical or mental? We can only know that each person reacts in their own way.

Known as a sculptor, much of Ms. Nourry’s work can be considered performance, or even participatory. With work often related to the female body and female rights, other pieces of her work included here are “Sperm Bank” (2011), “Holy Daughters” (2010-11), “Holy River” (2011-12), “Imbalance” (2014, also a short film), “Terra Cotta Daughters” (to be unearthed in 2030), and “The Amazon” (2018).

Executive Producers of the film include Angelina Jolie and Darren Aronofsky, and while shaving her own head, Prune Nourry shares her philosophy of life that “everything is connected.” With the film documenting much of her art work, she emphasizes that this life philosophy focuses on Health, Life, and Art … just like her film.

Review By: ferguson-6 Rating: 6 Date: 2019-10-17

Other Information:

Original Title Serendipity
Release Date 2019-10-23
Release Year 2019

Original Language en
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Status Released
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Genre Documentary
Director Prune Nourry
Writer Prune Nourry, Alastair Siddons
Actors Prune Nourry, Agnès Varda
Country United States
Awards 1 win & 2 nominations
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