One of Godard's better a git-pop essay films of the '60s. Not everybody's taste.
Do I need to understand a film to enjoy it? Apparently not. Much of this went completely over my head, but the fact that I want to revisit it and try to figure it out makes it a rewarding experience indeed.
I can't understand why some people find this wonderful film boring. It's so vivid and full of ideas. Okay, maybe you need to have a certain interest in radical left wing politics and in experimental filmmaking to appreciate it. But for me watching this film was one of my most remarkable film experiences.
a boring as hell masterpiece