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Agnès Varda’s 1985 masterpiece Vagabond heads to Doc Films in Chicago this Sunday, May 12—and it’s not a film to stay in one place for long, so catch it while you can. The unforgettable study of an impenetrable character is showing in 35 mm as part of the film society’s ongoing Sunday series Chris Marker and Agnès Varda: From the Left Bank. Winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and the best actress César Award (for the always remarkable and unsentimental Sandrine Bonnaire), Vagabond is a haunting, spare look at life on the outskirts of society. Watch the original trailer below.