Past Film/Video | Classics

Les carabiniers

(Jean-Luc Godard, 1963)

35MM PRINT

One of the great antiwar films of the 1960s, Godard’s Les carabiniers follows two peasants lured into joining the army of a fictional country by the king’s promise of riches at war’s end—and the freedom to commit whatever atrocities they please. They recount their misdeeds to their wives via postcards, unaware of the betrayal that awaits at the conclusion of the conflict. (85 mins., 35mm)

Print courtesy of the Institut français.

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A man holds a rifle at a women in a black and white movie still

Les Carabiniers, image courtesy of Rialto Pictures.

A black and white movie still with three men and a lady

Les Carabiniers, image courtesy of Rialto Pictures.

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Les carabiniers