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Godardian Knot

Pop quiz: How many of you Michel Gondry and Charlie Kaufman fans out there have seen even one Jean-Luc Godard film? Frankly, friends, that’s plain embarrassing. You can’t go around touting the brilliance of your heroes’ fragmented narratives, surrealist alienation,…
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Second Time Around

Band of Outsiders One of Jean-Luc Godard's most enjoyable films, Bande a Part (to use its French title) slipped out in 1964, a casual, throwaway work in between the more ambitious Contempt and Alphaville. While Godard -- the most aggressively…
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Zoom Lens

Up/Down/Fragile In the charming Up/Down/Fragile, made in 1994 but premiering here only now, Jacques Rivette, the quietest and least-known of the original French New Wave cineastes, advances smartly on his substantial earlier work. Now in his early 70s, Rivette is…
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