Jean-Luc Godard’s Alphaville (1965) was one of the first pieces of non-Anglo American cinema that I watched. It may have been diving in toward the deep end in some regards but something became very striking about the film as its running time trickled by. It said more than other dystopias, noirs or sci-fi but this “more” wasn’t to do with anything that could be described … Continue reading Alphaville (1965) and the Absurdities of Cinema – Jean-Luc Godard.
Describing Jean-Luc Godard’s output in the 1960s as prolific would be an understatement. From his 1960 debut feature film A Bout De Souffle, he produced a wealth of experimental, groundbreaking and kitsch films often highlighting political stances and reveling in absurd visual eccentricities. One of the many highlights from this creative storm is his one of his many crime films; 1965’s Pierrot Le Fou. Though crime was … Continue reading Pierrot Le Fou – Jean-Luc Godard (1965)