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Posts tagged "jean-luc godard"
I Knew Her Well

I Knew Her Well

The deep tragedy of the film is Adriana's inability to anchor herself to anything concrete or stable that would secure her investment in being a part of this world.
Man About Town

Man About Town

The film is essentially a salute to silent film, featuring a pristine, romanticized fabrication of pre-war France; the sense of wistfully recollecting bygone days is even stronger when viewed today.
NYFF 2015: De Palma, "De Palma," and Baumbach

NYFF 2015: De Palma, “De Palma,” and Baumbach

Much as De Palma is at his most original and his most political when he “does” Hitchcock, Baumbach is at his proudest, his most creative, and his most ambitious when he points the camera at his subject and listens.
Contempt

Contempt

Joseph Pomp offers a slightly contemptuous take on a Godard classic, now playing at Film Forum.
Far From Vietnam & Far From Afghanistan

Far From Vietnam & Far From Afghanistan

Olivia Domba reviews two omnibus films screening at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's "Cinema of Resistance" series this week.
Le Petit Soldat

Le Petit Soldat

Jackson Arn reviews the early Jean-Luc Godard film, now playing at Film Forum.
A Real Minute of Silence

A Real Minute of Silence

Nathan Proctor on silence, duration, and Godard.
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