Film socialisme

Film socialisme

DVD - 2012 | French
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Jean-Luc Godard presents a magisterial essay on the decline of European civilization. As a garish cruise ship travels the Mediterranean, Godard embarks on a filmic essay on the state of contemporary Europe, international politics, and Western history. In the tradition of his acclaimed political and essayistic films, Godard explores a wide range of contemporary cultural, political and historical themes with his distinctive and innovative cinematic style.


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Dec 07, 2017

I watched 59 of 101 minutes, about 15 of that on FF. then I decided to look at the reviews. I highly recommend it made me laugh out loud - whereas the Godard was giving me a headache.
Richard Brody in The NewYorker gives it a more intelligent summary -

I have reached the end of my goal to watch all of the Godard available at my library - 20 films. I did enjoy and understand some of them - the rest fall into the category of 'a challenge'.

Glencoe_Mike Feb 03, 2012



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