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Review: Godard Mon Amour, 2018, dir. Michel Hazanavicius

Honestly? I can’t imagine a more useless exercise than making an airy biopic, one-part screwball comedy and one-part “great man” drama, about Jean-Luc Fucking Godard, if not because I find him repellent (even though I dig his films), then because Godard would… 135 more words

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The Artist (2011)

Dir. Michael Hazanavicius. Starring Uggie, Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo.

At the end of The Artist, George Valentin (Dujardin) has made a new career for himself as, more or less, Peppy Miller’s (Bejo) sidekick. 1,397 more words

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Watch Exclusive International Trailer to Pablo Trapero’s ‘La Quietud’

CANNES — A first international trailer of Pablo Trapero’s “La Quietud,” his awaited follow-up to Venice best director winner “The Clan.”

Starring Martina Gusmán (“Lion’s Den”) and Bérénice Bejo (“The Artist”), “La Quietud” marks a change of register for Trapero, an intense drama with thriller elements set in  Argentina’s upper-class in a country whose dark past still weighs upon the present. 316 more words

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After Love |2016| ‘L'économie du couple’ Directed by Joachim Lafosse

After 15 years of marriage, Marie and Boris are getting a divorce. Until they reach a settlement and Boris finds a place to live, they have cohabit. 378 more words

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The Childhood of a Leader |2015| Directed by Brady Corbet

Charles: The tragedy is not only that Pontius Pilate betrayed his self but that hundreds in the crowd before him did betray their selves. And that’s what I wrote was the tragedy of war. 558 more words

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Redoubtable

Jean-Luc Godard may well be one of the truly great French filmmakers, but this latest offering from Academy Award-winning director Michael Hazanavicius (The Artist… 619 more words

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Redoubtable

Jean-Luc Godard, the French New Wave architect regarded by many as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, is the subject of a new film by Oscar-winning director Michel Hazanavicius. 37 more words

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