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Colors are a bit muted, but detail is good where it's not hampered by the softness of the photography.
Starting with "Nouvelle Vague" in 1990, Godard's Nineties films rank up with some of his best work in the early days.
It is a beautiful meditation on the value of art, film and music in society and well worth owning for any cinephile.
While this film may have been a fun exercise for the director in constructing several narrative lines and some beautiful images, it is a muddled and disjointed film. Read morePublished on January 29, 2006 by Katrina
Godard's career is a difficult one to summarize or even to get a grasp on. After creating the seminal New Wave films of the Sixties we all know and love him for, Godard took a... Read morePublished on February 11, 2004 by Vinny Mac