Le Regard de Charles is a French film, created from the hours of film which Charles Aznavour captured while touring the world, in the style of a diary. A narrator recreates Aznavour’s thoughts and impressions. The film is in French with English subtitles.
The film contains verbal references to the Armenian genocide, hiding defectors during World War II and a death from drug abuse.
The film contains a single use of the word "bullshit" and one use of the word "hell".
Charles Aznavour refers to his son, Patrick, who died after being caught in "a whirlwind of drugs".
Several breast-nude women are viewed in a naturalistic context during footage from Charles Aznavour's travels in Africa.
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