For those interested in Godard’s newest film, the film will be streaming online during the time I presume it’s screening @ Cannes.
FILM SOCIALISME / JLG / FILM ANNONCE 3 from Lieutenant D. on Vimeo.
A symphony in three movements. Things such as: The Mediterranean, a cruise ship. Numerous conversations, in numerous languages, between the passengers, almost all of whom are on holiday… An old man, a war criminal (German, French, American we don’t know) accompanied by his granddaughter. A famous French philosopher (Alain Badiou). A representative of the Moscow police, detective branch.
An American singer (Patti Smith). An old French policeman. A fired female United Nations officer. A former double agent. A Palestinian ambassador.
It’s a matter of gold, as it was before with the Argonauts, but what is seen (the image) is very different from what is heard (the word).
Our humanities. Visits to six sites of true or false myths: Egypt, Palestine, Odessa, Hellas, Naples and Barcelona.
Our Europe. At night, a sister and her younger brother have summoned their parents to appear before the court of their childhood. One of the parents in fact has to appear on television to stand as a candidate in the local elections. The children demand serious explications of the themes of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity.
… And from what I gather, there will be no english subtitles.
Thanks for the notice Kurt!
yeah, thank you, Kurt.
In other news, there are programs which can download the file being streamed… and secret communities willing to compose english subtitles.
In other words: we’ll all be seeing it relatively soon.
Thanks for the info! And thank the secret communities for me!.
This thread tops even Mr. Walker’s prior classic, Meeting Zack Snyder.
Aww. Don’t do thaaat.
Not sure this will be aviable for countries outside France
This is fantastic! This thread has made my week.
by the way, there is a $15 charge.
Patti Smith seems to be reciting (or reworking) from her song “Radio Ethiopia”. It’s one of Lenny and hers faves.
Godard a no show at Cannes “following problems of a Greek type”.
Uh, Dimitris, what did you do to him? (Sorry, couldn’t resist.)
Film sounds good though.
No matter the director, I think the trailer alone would’ve hooked me in.
is the streaming limited to france?