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France | 1970 | Jean-Luc Godard
Jean-Pierre Léaud and Juliet Berto star in this pivotal Godard film in which JLG sought to reinvent political cinema. Begun before (and completed after) the events of May, 1968, the movie—nominally an adaptation of Rosseau’s 1762 treatise on education, Émile—focuses on two militants who converse about language, learning, and revolution between barrages of photos and newsreels, comic strips, advertising, voiceovers, and music. “Playful…Seductive…Shamelessly beautiful.” –J. Hoberman, NY Times. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 95 min.
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