This was going to be a run-of-the-mill interview. It turned out to be a beautiful encounter. Lise Sarfati is a wonderful photographer and an unusual character. During our lunch, we barely touched on photography. First, we talked about cinema, which is her main source of reference: Dziga Vertov, Godard, and above all Robert Bresson, whose films she knows by heart....
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