From the director of "The Artist"!
France | 2017 | Michel Hazanavicius
Jean-Luc Godard is depicted as both a pill and something of a buffoon in this blasphemous (if you worship JLG) but very entertaining new film from the director of The Artist and the OSS 117 movies. Set during the great director’s strident, late 1960s “Maoist” phase, the movie stars Louis Garrel as JLG and Stacy Martin as actress Anne Wiazemsky (La Chinoise), Godard’s muse and young wife. This stylish, colorful film, based on Wiazemsky’s autobiographical novel One Year Later, is full of witty JLG references and homages. Subtitles. DCP. 107 min.
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