Godard turns film into poetry again and again, etc.
Film socialismeLegendary director Jean-Luc Godard returns to the screen with FILM SOCIALISME, a magisterial essay on the decline of European civilization. As a garish cruise ship travels the Mediterranean (with Patti Smith among its guests), Godard embarks on a state of the E.U. address in a vibrant collage of...Watch Movie
Class of StruggleIn 1967, Chris Marker and Mario Marret (under the aegis of SLON) produced À BIENTÔT J'ESPÈRE, which documented a strike and factory occupation, the first in France since 1936, by textile workers at the Rhodiaceta textile plant in Besançon, the goals of which prefigured many of...Watch Movie
this one definitely requires the correct mindset. i don't think i've found it yet. this strikes me as a bit pretentious even for godard, whose work i generally favor. disappointing,...
Honestly, I don't even try to understand all of Godard's political ramblings. Socialism, Communism, Maoism, ism, ism, ism. I just love the images, the color, the composition, the jagged flow...