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This overlooked masterwork from Godard’s extraordinary 60s period follows a bourgeois housewife (Méril) as she bounces between trysts with her actor lover (Noël) and domestic life with her aviator husband (Leroy). Godard fashions a provocative dissection of consumer culture in this modernist melodrama, trapping his characters in a web of omnipresent advertising and secret codes hidden in signage. Shot in cool black and white by the great Raoul Coutard, A Married Woman is a key work in the director’s oeuvre in which the playful exuberance of his early style is pushed toward abstraction. Courtesy Cohen Film Collection.