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Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Narrator: How do you render events? How to say or show that at 4:10 p.m. that afternoon, Juliette and Marianne came to the garage where Juliette's husband works? Right way, wrong way - how can one say exactly what happened? Of course, there is Juliette, her husband, the garage. But are these the words and images to use? Are there no others? Am I talking too loud, looking too close?


--Jean-Luc Godard (as ) in Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Narrator: If you can't afford LSD, try colour TV.


--Jean-Luc Godard (as ) in Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Narrator: Objects exist, and if we pay them more attention than we do people, it is because they exist more than those people. Dead objects live on. Living people are often dead already.


--Jean-Luc Godard (as ) in Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Narrator: Our thoughts are not the substance of reality, but its shadow.


--Jean-Luc Godard (as ) in Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Narrator: Pax Americana: jumbo-sized brainwashing.


--Jean-Luc Godard (as ) in Two or Three Things I Know About Her


Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Narrator: Should I have talked about Juliette or the leaves, since it's impossible to do both at once? Let's say that both, on this October evening, trembled slightly.


--Jean-Luc Godard (as ) in Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Narrator: There is increasing interaction between images and language. One might say that living in society today is almost like living in a vast comic strip.


--Jean-Luc Godard (as ) in Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

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


--Jean-Luc Godard (as ) in Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

Two or Three Things I Know About Her

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.


--Jean-Luc Godard (as ) in Two or Three Things I Know About Her

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