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Job Actor, Director, Producer
Top Roles Un passant, Lang's Assistant Director, Voix de l'amant lisant Poe, Un homme à la terrasse
Top GenresDrama, Comedy, Romance, Crime, Short Films, Musical
Top TopicsRomance (Comic), Satire
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Jean-Luc Godard Overview:

Director, Jean-Luc Godard, was born on Dec 3, 1930 in Paris, France. As of December 2018, Jean-Luc Godard was 88 years old.

HONORS and AWARDS:

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However he won one Honorary Award in 2010 for passion. For confrontation. For a new kind of cinema .

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Charlotte and Her Lover (1960, )

By Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 10, 2019 From The Stop Button

Somewhere around minute seven–of an unlucky thirteen–Charlotte and Her Lover's ending started to seem inevitable; predictability makes the last six minutes even more tiresome. Writer, director, and de facto lead Godard (he looped in the ranting monologue for onscreen lead Jean-Paul ... Read full article


Short Cuts 2: Weekend, 1967,

By Aaron West on Oct 23, 2015 From Criterion Blues

Oct 23 Posted by aaronwest Aaron West does another solo cast looking at one of the later Godard works, as well as one of the most inflammatory, and one of the strangest. That’s saying something for Godard. He talks about the tracking shot, the political message, the references to film, and wh... Read full article


Short Cuts 2: Weekend, 1967,

By Aaron West on Oct 23, 2015 From Criterion Blues

Oct 23 Posted by aaronwest Aaron West does another solo cast looking at one of the later Godard works, as well as one of the most inflammatory, and one of the strangest. That’s saying something for Godard. He talks about the tracking shot, the political message, the references to film, and wh... Read full article


Short Cuts 2: Weekend, 1967,

By Aaron West on Oct 23, 2015 From Criterion Blues

Oct 23 Posted by aaronwest Aaron West does another solo cast looking at one of the later Godard works, as well as one of the most inflammatory, and one of the strangest. That’s saying something for Godard. He talks about the tracking shot, the political message, the references to film, and wh... Read full article


Weekend (1967, )

By Andrew Wickliffe on Aug 7, 2015 From The Stop Button

The best part of Weekend is Jean-Pierre L?aud singing his dialogue while in a phone booth. He then gets into a fight with leads Jean Yanne and Mireille Darc as they try to get a ride from him. Weekend is about the unreality of bourgeois life when it gets into the wild–in this case, the French ... Read full article


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Jean-Luc Godard Quotes:

Narrator: Pax Americana: jumbo-sized brainwashing.


Narrator: What is art? Form becoming style; but the style is the man; therefore art is the humanizing of forms.


Narrator: Where is the beginning? But what beginning? God created heaven and earth. But one should be able to put it better. To say that the limits of language, of my language, are those of the world, of my world, and that in speaking, I limit the world, I end it. And when mysterious, logical death abolishes those limits, there will be no question, no answer, just vagueness.


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Jean-Luc Godard Facts
Was voted the 31st Greatest Director of all time by Entertainment Weekly.

Had a falling out with François Truffaut after Truffaut made it clear that he considered Godard overly cynical in his views and claimed that Godard tried to put down other filmmakers only to raise regard of his own work.

Was offered the opportunity to direct Bonnie and Clyde (1967) after François Truffaut declined.

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