Masculin Feminin (Masculin-Feminin: 15 Faits Precis)


(out of 5)

It’s hard to figure out what exactly Godard was going for with this one. Even his rambliest, most disjointed films have a purpose or theme, but here it feels like he’s making it up as he goes along.  It concerns relationships between men and women, namely that between  (at his most charming) and pop singer  as they meet, fall in love, fight and talk…endlessly. It’s shot to gorgeous precision, as devastatingly cool to look at as all the French New Wave films, but it only has a few moments that really engage the audience’s attention. Look for an awesome cameo by Brigitte Bardot at her loveliest and least insane.

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France/Sweden, 1966

Directed by

Screenplay by Jean-Luc Godard, based on the stories La Femme de Paul and Le Signe by

Cinematography by

Produced by

Music by

Film Editing by


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