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Jean-Luc Godard


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Breathless

$34.95 | 90 minutes

(1959) - Director, Screenwriter

Former "Cahiers du Cinma" critic Jean-Luc Godard threw everything he had learned from years of movie watching into his debut feature--creating an enormously influential film and a seminal study of existential longing and betrayal. Within&hellip…

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Made in U.S.A.

$25.95 | 86 minutes

(1966) - Director

A private investigator (Paula Nelson) searches for her missing boyfriend, Richard P. (a victim of assassination or political intrigue never fully explained), and the deliberately labyrinthine plot follows a trail of dead bodies, cartoon-like&hellip…

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Masculin Feminin

$25.95 | 105 minutes

(1966) - Director

A film about "the children of Marx and Coca Cola" directed by the child of Brecht and Hollywood, MASCULINE-FEMININE is a touchstone in the career of Jean-Luc Godard, a window into the kinetic world of Paris in the 1960s, and a high point&hellip…

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Tout Va Bien

$25.95 | 96 minutes

(1972) - Director

Iconoclastic French director Jean-Luc Godard became radicalized politically after the events of May 1968 in Paris, openly expressing admiration for the writings of Mao Zedong and other leftist leaders. Godard and his cohort, Jean-Pierre&hellip…

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Two or Three Things I Know About Her

$25.95 | 84 minutes

(1967) - Director, Screenwriter

Two Or Three Things I Know About Her depicts a middle-class housewife who becomes occupied with part-time prostitution as a way to occupy and distract herself from her ordinary life. Highly acclaimed film from New Wave director Jean-Luc&hellip…

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