Our Body

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Our Body

A Film by Claire Simon

2023 - France - Documentary - 1.85 - 168 min.

Original Title: Notre Corps

Language: French
Produced by Kristina Larsen

In a Parisian public hospital, Claire Simon questions what it means to live in women’s bodies, filming their diversity, singularity and their beauty in all stages throughout life. Unique stories of desires, fears and struggles unfold, including the one of the filmmaker herself.

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