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Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux (My Life to Live) (1962)

Original Title : Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux
Director : Jean-Luc Godard
Writer : Marcel Sacotte
Jean-Luc Godard
Jean-Luc Godard
Marcel Sacotte
Genre : Drama
Country : France
Language : French
Producer : Pierre Braunberger
Music : Michel Legrand
Photography : Raoul Coutard
Distributor : Panthéon Distribution [fr]
IMDB ID : 0056663
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Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux (My Life to Live) (1962) - Jean-Luc Godard
 

Starring

Anna Karina Nana Kleinfrankenheim
Sady Rebbot Raoul (as Saddy Rebbot
Sady Rebbot Raoul (as Saddy Rebbot
 

Plot

This film explores a Parisian woman's descent into prostitution. The movie is comprised of a series of 12 "tableaux"-- scenes which are basically unconnected episodes, each presented with a worded introduction.
 

Comments

a masterpiece It talks about feelings and people, how short life is, and how people kill people as if they were shooting dishes. this film is a long way from classical movies in the visual aspect ( that's nouvelle vague), the director frames totally outside of the classical way,filming people backwards in conversations in bars, with the character below of the frame, or simply in the middle. All of this with sudden camera movements. This could desparate any viewer, who has only seen todays pictures (american films the most), they would say what a s**t!, but they don't have the fault, they haven't the chance of being teached about filmmaking. Advertising in this world influencies most of people, and the films that are advertised today are mostly a s**t (99%), but the massmedia puts the advertisement anytime, any channel, and you are almost forced to view the "film", because they put it easy for you, the best cinemas puts it in the best room, with the bigger screen, and people swallow it completely and then says: "is amusing", but they don't think about they have losen an hour and half or more. I love this kind of cinema (vivre sa vie), because it tells you the raw reality without masks, and doesn't lie you with the same old shit that rots cinema, with scriptbuilders that think little the stories andlet producers change their plans, so there are millions and millions of dollars inverted in visual effects that don't tell anything, characters completely senseless, and definitely a script with thousands of holes. Vivre Sa Vie, doesn't lie you, tells you that you are watching a movie, and that the person who is filming is a person like you. Tells you the filmmaking is something universal, and that with only a few money and much of imagination you can reach very far. Sorry for the sermon. But that's the cruel trueth
 
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