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Femme Est Une Femme, Une (A Woman is A Woman) (1961)

Original Title : Une femme est une femme
Director : Jean-Luc Godard
Writer : Jean-Luc Godard
Genre : Comedy
Drama
Country : France
Language : French
Producer : Carlo Ponti , Georges de Beauregard
Music : Michel Legrand
Photography : Raoul Coutard
Distributor : Pathé Contemporary Films
IMDB ID : 0055572
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Femme Est Une Femme, Une (A Woman is A Woman) (1961) - Jean-Luc Godard
 

Starring

Jean-Claude Brialy Émile Récamier
Anna Karina Angela
Anna Karina Angela
 

Plot

Angela,a striptease artist, wants to have a baby and tries to persuade her boyfriend Emile to go along with the idea. Emile will have none of it so she goes after Emile's friend Alfred.
 

Comments

Une bore est une bore Not a musical, not a comedy, hardly a tribute to Hollywood movies -- not much of anything, really.I've seen Brigitte Bardot sex farces of the same period that remain fresher, edgier, even more cinematically inventive than this.Aside from "Breathless", isn't it time to admit Godard is among the world's most overrated auteurs?That more than Eric Rohmer or Joseph L Mankiewicz his films are mainly people talking, and the talk is none too scintillating?Wasn't his acclaim more a product of political fashion than artistic achievement?Is formal experimentation such a great virtue when it seems intended less to illuminate than to confound and alienate?Could the sentimental "Umbrellas of Cherbourg" actually be a far more more daring and radical (not to mention entertaining) formal experiment?The shabby-looking Fox Lorber DVD (with pale optically-printed subtitles) doesn't help matters at all.
 
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Femme Est Une Femme, Une (A Woman is A Woman) (1961) - Jean-Luc Godard
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