• How filmmaking, romance and the politics of 1968 collide in Michel Hazanavicius's 'Godard Mon Amour'

    5 monthes ago - By Los Angeles Times

    Michel Hazanavicius' new film "Godard Mon Amour" puts the tumultuous events of Paris in 1968 in relation to the tortured romance of Jean-Luc Godard and Anne Wiasemsky .
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  • In May 1968, the Cannes Film Festival ground to a halt. Fifty years later, it's still sparking controversy

    5 monthes ago - By Los Angeles Times

    In the newly released comedy “Godard Mon Amour,” Michel Hazanavicius' playful flashback to France in the fateful year of 1968, a young Jean-Luc Godard marches with an enormous crowd in Paris. Alongside him is the critic and filmmaker Michel Cournot, whose “Les Gauloises...
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