MASCULINE, FEMININE (1966)

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MASCULINE, FEMININE

Jean-Pierre Léaud / Chantal Goya / Marlène Jobert / Michel Debord / Catherine-Isabelle Duport / Eva-Britt Strandberg / Soundtrack  Jean-Jacques Debout / Cinematography  Willy Kurant / Producer  Anatole Dauman / Director  Jean-Luc Godard

 

The Children of Marx and Coca-Cola

 

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‘We’d often go to the movies. We’d shiver as the screen lit up. But more often, Madeline and I would be disappointed. More often we’d be disappointed. The images flickered. Monroe looked terribly old. It saddened us. It wasn’t the film we had dreamed, the film we all carried in our hearts, the film we wanted to make… and secretly wanted to live.’

‘Give us a TV and a car, but deliver us from liberty!’

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Chantal Goya interview, 1966:

4 comments on “MASCULINE, FEMININE (1966)

  1. Glad to have found you!
    You may find a Godardian spirit here:
    http://www.kinopravda.net/tv

  2. chaplin says:

    I shall pop over and visit forthwith.

  3. fche626 says:

    Oh I just love Godard…and this movie😀

  4. in the interview photo she’s just like Natalie portman in The Professional

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