4 - A very heartfelt tribute to the great Éric Rohmer (under whose shadow Godard places himself, using a clever little aspect ratio adjustment at the very end). Unfortunately, Rohmer's scattered, pruned anecdotes passed through Godard's nearly unintelligible stream of consciousness will mean very little to all but those already very well-acquainted with the artist's life. I got almost nothing out of it.
Rohmer's ideas and recollections first, filtered through Godard. The viewer yearns for light, an established vision, something which illuminates what is dark. When Rohmer's image hesitantly appears, it's a miracle, a monument, a beautiful moment in cinema.