DIRECTOR: JACKIE RAYNAL
CAST: JACKIE RAYNAL
CINEMATOGRAPHY - ANDRé WEINFELD
PRODUCER - SYLVINA BOISSONNAS
“Tonight will be the end of all meaning. Ladies and gentlemen: Good evening.” Before she came to New York and opened the legendary Bleecker Street Cinema, and after she edited for Eric Rohmer and Jean Eustache, Jackie Raynal made this wildly inventive experimental feature. It’s the centerpiece film of the Zanzibar Group, a group of young artists and filmmakers making underground films, full of the energy and apathy of May ’68.
Q&A with director Jackie Raynal.