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Godard, mon amour

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Godard, mon amour, image courtesy of Cohen Media Group
Godard, mon amour, image courtesy of Cohen Media Group
Godard, mon amour, image courtesy of Cohen Media Group
Godard, mon amour, image courtesy of Cohen Media Group
Godard, mon amour, image courtesy of Cohen Media Group
Godard, mon amour, image courtesy of Cohen Media Group

Godard, mon amour

(Le redoubtable, Michel Hazanavicius, 2017)

Fri, May 4, 2018 7 PM
Sat, May 5, 2018 7 PM

Capturing two New Wave icons at a turning point, Godard, mon amour dramatizes the blossoming romance between filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard and actor/writer Anne Wiazemsky, star of Robert Bresson’s Au hasard Balthazar (1966) and Godard’s eventual wife of 12 years. Set in 1967 during the production of Godard’s La chinoise (and his shift toward radical politics) and starring Louis Garrel and Stacy Martin, the film is adapted from Wiazemsky’s 2015 novel One Year After (Un an après) and debuted at Cannes with the title Le redoubtable not long before she passed away in October 2017. Director Michel Hazanavicius is perhaps best known for his Academy Award–sweeping 2011 film The Artist. (107 mins., 2K DCP)

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