Jean-Luc Godard probably doesn’t need any further introduction. The enfant terrible of French film has reached retirement age a long time ago, but this doesn’t prevent him from continuing to reinvent himself and to seek new challenges within filmmaking – and the fringes of the medium. In this dialogue film he utters his thoughts about everything from politics, history and film to more diffuse topics such as ‘time’ and ‘images’. The conversations – with people such as Dominique Païni, Jean Narboni, André S. Labarthe, Jean-Marie Straub, Danielle Huillet and Christophe Kantcheff – are recorded in the director’s own home in Rolle, in his studio, and in front of students at the Fresnoy art school as well as in the exhibition spaces of the Centre Pompidou. —CPH:DOX (International Documentary Film Festival)
Was halfway through this on youtube and the next time I came back to finish it was gone... can anyone guide me to where it can be fully watched now? Seems to have completely vanished from the web and doesn't appear to be availabe on DVD either, much appreciate any help, thanks in advance.
"The camera is not a certainty. It is a doubt." "If a boy and a girl do not love the same films, they will eventually divorce." The four stars are not for the film, but for the man who can still rattle them off while puffing on his cigar!
Aw MUBI love. I heart that. True story. The comment was too, oh-so sweet. They will indeed. He did divorce Anna Karina. So one could wonder whether she liked Truffaut's films (or working better with Truffaut the man, rather than with Jean-Luc) over Godard's. Still. I'm eager to see this film and actually see, listen to and perceive this one line that Chasing did quote.