Tag: Jean-Luc Godard

A Woman Is a Woman 1961 Movie - Film Essay

‘A Woman Is a Woman’: Falling in Love with Karina, Godard and the Wave

“It is Karina who embodied the freedom, fascination and the unpredictability that would define the French New Wave. It is Karina who made so many fall in love — with her and with cinema as an extraordinary, exultant medium.”

Todd Solondz Offers Surprising Homages to French Filmmakers in ‘Wiener-Dog’

“It can’t help but seem like there was one film about a dog bringing people together in light of troubled times, if only briefly, but then it was decided that there would also be a film about a dog being a prop for stories that his detractors would label as ‘autopilot Solondz.'”

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