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The renowned French filmmaker gets his due with this set of four Godard classics. Includes Passion (1982/88 min.), First Name: Carmen (1983/85 min.), The Detective (1985/95 min.) and Oh Woe Is Me (1993/95 min.). In French with English subtitles. 3 DVDs. Color/NR/fullscreen.
It's French. It's mandatory for all film buffs especially those of the european genre. If you like films that march to a different beat, this is one collection you should spend... Read morePublished on December 20, 2012 by Frank P
The films are stupid, pointless and sloppily done. Plus the unnecessary underage nudity made them even more offensive. No wonder they're forgotten.Published on March 15, 2010 by Chaplin
This box set was worth the money and space on your shelf. The movies are some of Godard's less known, but also very creative, with great actors.Published on March 29, 2008 by Tim Allen
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A FINE QUESTION! Who writes these adverts? This product comes up on a search for "The Mother and The Whore," but it's not a Godard movie and can't possibly be included. A careless buyer might end up with this thing when looking for Eustache's movie.
Jan 19, 2010 by Steven Salemi | See all 2 posts