DIRECTOR: JEAN-LUC GODARD
CAST: JEAN-PIERRE LéAUD, CHANTAL GOYA, MARLèNE JOBERT
An at-once rigorous and irreverent New Wave delight about the political and pop cultural engagements and blind spots of the newly ascendant “Ye-Ye” youth generation in sixties Paris, famously dubbed by J-LG as “the children of Marx and Coca-Cola,” featuring Jean-Pierre Léaud as a young, idealistic intellectual fresh from the army, and Chantal Goya as his sometime companion, an aspiring chanteuse. “Godard's insight into the moods and idioms of coming-of-age in the metropolitan West remains unsurpassed.”—The NY Times
Screening in the series Godard x 2.