Sound On Sight Radio #106 – Jean Luc Godard


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In the 1960s, French New Wave director Jean-Luc Godard helmed over 20 feature-length films (depending on whether or not you count films made by “collective”), with many of them now hailed as classics by elitist cineastes everywhere. Today on Sound on Sight, we attempt to dig into Godard’s massive filmography by looking at three of the films that defined his work in the first half of that decade: 1960’s fast-paced romantic thriller “Breathless,” 1963’s self-reflexive “Contempt.” and 1965’s dizzying “Pierrot le Fou,” which starred his then-wife, Anna Karina.

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