Godard c'est Godard! One of my favourite films by him. Existence, essence of it in the modern world through coffee, through cigarets, through act of talking. Doesn't give answers but posses more questions. Existence through her eyes, he is just accompanies her existence, but her eyes are through eyes of the director.
interesting and different.I really liked that experimental coffee shots and clever diaologues which linked these shots.
there are many new searches at this film . When you watch this film in 2015 final shot can be seen simple or nonsensical .if you assess this film in its own period you can see many new things.
very strong message with an experimental language.
A reflexive and profound narrative about human consciousness and unconsciousness; ethnology; the psychology of form, space and time. The rise of consumer culture displayed into a provocative view which extrapolates the recent memories about the war. Remarkable plans and photography, a great intensity at Godard's monologue and Marina Vlady's performance. A favorite!
Godard at his best. Striking an interesting and unique link between image and language, Godard introduces a mix of topics that gradually develop and bleed together. Perhaps not for everyone, this is a film that feels perfectly paced and masterfully delivered. I'm not one of those that just loves a film because it has Godard's name on it. But I love this one. And it has Godard's name on it.
A film to make me feel the inadequacy of words... Gorgeous, provocative, witty, compelling, Godard somehow pulls off meaningful epistemological inquiry without (much) pretension, and sober examinations of modern social pathology without veering into nihilism. As usual, the form offers as much insight into the subject as the content - all adding up to far more than can be appreciated in a single viewing. 5 stars.