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“Godard is to his medium what Joyce, Stravinsky, Eliot, and Picasso were to theirs.” –The Village Voice
Legendary French New Wave auteur Jean-Luc Godard reverses the standard love triangle and challenges the influence of consumer culture in one of his most provocative dissections of modern life.
Charlotte (Macha Méril) aimlessly drifts between morning affairs with the artistic Robert (Bernard Noël) and mundane evenings with her paternalistic husband Pierre (Philippe Leroy). Unsure of whether she loves either man, Charlotte discovers she is pregnant and must come to terms with her emotional infidelities.
I saw all of Godard's films in theaters when they first appeared; I was a fan. Really. I thought "A Bout de Souffle" was great and still do. Read morePublished on March 5, 2012 by Walter J. Jamieson Jr.
"Une Femme Mariee" (1964) is one of Jean Luc Godard's most accomplished films though it is a film that seems to have gone under the radar compared to a number of his other films. Read morePublished on October 11, 2010 by G. Edmonson