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Directed by Jean-Luc Godard | 1967

With Mireille Darc, Jean Yanne, Jean-Pierre Léaud

“The film must be seen, for its power, ambition, humor, and scenes of really astonishing beauty. There is nothing like it at all.”
—The New York Times

An out-of-love couple’s trip to the country becomes a hellish journey into France’s bourgeois black heart, as the two encounter a Pop Art pileup of flaming cars, cannibals, hippie revolutionaries, Emily Brontë, and cinema’s most epic traffic jam. With its red-hot, anti-capitalist political charge and Brechtian stylistic jolts, Godard’s apocalyptically funny black comedy was a natural fit for Grove Press Film Division, and became one of its most popular titles.

 
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