Jean-Pierre Léaud, Juliet Berto, and Anne Wiazemsky co-star in Godard’s rouge-tinted, slogan-splattered political comedy concerning five innocents passing their summer vacation in a shared apartment by discoursing on Mao, performing agitprop theater, and contemplating the role of terrorism in bringing on the revolution. Subtitled a “film in the making,” it doubles as a dress rehearsal for May ’68.

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