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Une femme mariée: Suite de fragments d'un film tourné en 1964
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Release Date:
4 December 1964 (France) See more »
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Charlotte is young and modern, not a hair out of place, superficial, cool; she reads fashion magazines - does she have the perfect bust... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Neglected Godard masterpiece See more (7 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Bernard Noël ... Robert, the Lover
Macha Méril ... Charlotte
Philippe Leroy ... Pierre, the Husband
Christophe Bourseiller ... Nicolas (as Chris Tophe)
Roger Leenhardt ... Himself
Margaret Le Van ... Girl in Swimming Pool (as Margaret Le-Van)
Véronique Duval ... Girl in Swimming Pool
Rita Maiden ... Madame Celine
Georges Liron ... The Physician
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Jean-Luc Godard ... The Narrator (uncredited)
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Directed by
Jean-Luc Godard 
 
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Jean-Luc Godard 

Cinematography by
Raoul Coutard 
 
Film Editing by
Andrée Choty 
Françoise Collin 
Agnès Guillemot 
Gérard Pollicand 
 
Production Design by
Henri Nogaret 
 
Production Management
Philippe Dussart .... production manager
Jeanne Marie Olivier .... assistant production manager
Maurice Urbain .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Hélène Kalougine .... assistant director
Jean-Pierre Léaud .... assistant director
Claude Othnin-Girard .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Joseph Gerhard .... set designer
 
Sound Department
Antoine Bonfanti .... sound
Robert Cambourakis .... sound assistant
René Levert .... sound
Jacques Maumont .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Bernard Largemain .... key grip
Georges Liron .... camera operator
Marilù Parolini .... still photographer (as Marie-Lou Parolini)
Georges Pierre .... still photographer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Laurence Clairval .... costumer
 
Music Department
Ludwig van Beethoven .... composer: stock music
 
Other crew
Christine Brierre .... press attache
Catherine Savignac .... script supervisor
Suzanne Schiffman .... script supervisor
 

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Also Known As:
"Une femme mariée: Suite de fragments d'un film tourné en 1964" - France (original title)
"A Married Woman" - USA (informal literal title)
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Argentina:96 min | USA:94 min | France:95 min
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14 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
Neglected Godard masterpiece, 22 October 2008
Author: robert burton from United Kingdom

One of Godard's least seen films of the sixties,yet one of his most interesting and mature works.At first viewing it seems to be a typically Gallic story of adultery as the married woman of the title,Charlotte (Macha Méril)is torn between her airline pilot husband and her lover,an actor.But in contrast to how Truffaut,for example,treats adultery in the contemporaneous "La Peau Douce",Godard uses it as a pretext to explore the consumer culture of the sixties.He investigates the role which the media plays in forming Charlotte's tastes and opinions,focusing on the endless stream of advertisements,record sleeves,films and magazines to which she is exposed every day and which informs her views on every subject from politics to fashion. Her frequently naked body is seen in close-up,fragmented,com modified like all the other fetishistic images seen throughout the film.

As usual with Godard there is a plethora of references to filmic and literary figures who have influenced his work.There are a series of cinéma vérité type interviews with the husband,their son and filmmaker Roger Leenhardt which break up the narrative flow in an acknowledgement to Brecht,who would be a key figure in Godard's development in the next decade,whilst Charlotte indulges in several soliloquies reminiscent of Molly Bloom in "Ulysses",one of his favourite books.Formed by this melding together of disparate elements and techniques,"Une femme marieé" brilliantly expresses what it must have felt for a young woman to be alive in the summer of 1964.

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