Ferdinand gives up his cozy but boring bourgeois life, and hits the road with Marianne, a woman whom he had an affair five years ago. Their adventure turns dangerous (Marianne obviously is linked to the gangster world), and soon, boring. They are more and more alienated.
This is the second of Godard’s “Tricolour (Blue, White and Red) Series” (the first being A Woman is a Woman).
Critics Award – Venice International Film Festival, 1965
|5:50 PM||Sat 26 Nov||Broadway Cinematheque (YAU MA TEI)|
|5:30 PM||Sat 3 Dec||MOViE MOViE Pacific Place (ADMIRALTY)|
COMEDY, DRAMA, ROMANCE, THRILLER / FRANCE / 1965 / 105 MINS
DIRECTED BY: JEAN-LUC GODARD
STARRING: JEAN-PAUL BELMONDO, ANNA KARINA, GRAZIELLA GALVANI, DIRK SANDERS