Baby's Dinner  (1896)

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A baby is seated at a table between its cheerful parents, Auguste and Marguerite Lumière. While the father is feeding the baby with a spoon, the mother is pouring coffee into her cup. The ...See full summary »

Country France

Genre Documentary, Short

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Lumiere Film Catalogue no. 88.

Film historians often jokingly refer to this film as the first 'home movie,' as it depicts the filmmaker's home life in a documentary fashion, without any attempt at narrative contrivances.

Contemporary audiences were as fascinated by the movement of the trees in the background as they were by the 'actor's' movements.


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