Has anyone ever seen this short film by Matthieu Kassovitz, “Fierrot le Pou,” and if so, is it worth seeking out on an expensive o.o.p. anthology?
No, I haven’t, but now I’m intrigued. Too bad Criterion didn’t put it on their DVD for “La Haine.”
Trust me, it’s not really worth seeing.
@ Grey Daisies, why? What’s it about, if you don’t mind me asking. Is it a spoof of Pierrot le Fou?
@ Kevin, I see it’s available on an o.o.p. two-disc set of short films by European directors, on amazon. It would’ve made a nice bonus feature.
It’s on youtube.
It’s not bad, I like it.
Thanks Jim. I’ll check it out.
Oh, someone was faster. I wasn’t sure if it’s ok to post the link to youtube. See for yourself then :)
I thought it was okay. Kind of charming. He plays basketball like I do.
While I was on Youtube, I stumbled across this great short film by Godard, Meetin’ WA (1986). It’s an interview with Woody Allen, and it’s one of the most entertaining, hilarious and brilliant things Godard has done. Beautifully edited. It’s in three parts. Here’s a link:
I’m pretty sure this short is also included on the French DVD of Metisse.