Un film comme les autres / A Film Like Any Other (1968) Blu-Ray
A Film Like Any Other was one of the first statements of new, experimental era in Godard's career, the beginning of his long exodus from the cinema, the first of what would be many attempts to work out, in film form, the political and cinematic questions that concerned him. In that respect, this film is a precursor to the films that Godard would make collaboratively with his Dziga Vertov Group experiments, as well as the later (and ultimately much more advanced) videos he'd create with Anne-Marie Mieville.

The film is a direct response to (and document of) the events of May 1968. It is constructed primarily around footage of a group of workers and students having a discussion in a field with tall grass and flowers, interspersed with black-and-white documentary images shot during the May protests.

BD25 | 1080i AVC | 01:47:40 | 21.6 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Francais
Subtitles: English, Japanese
Genre: Drama

Director: Jean-Luc Godard
Country: France

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