Jean-Luc Godard dissects the structure of society, movies, love and revolution. He asks compelling questions: Can love survive a relationship? Can ideology survive revolution? He also looks at the French student riots of the 1960s with a critical eye, and ends up satirizing contemporary views of history. A battery of thoughts complete with criticism of modern society and movies.
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This film is part of the Criterion Collection, spine #275. See more
There'd be farmers who farm. Workers who work. And bourgeois who bourgeois.
Il y'a du soleil sur la France
Lyrcis by Frank Thomas
& Jean-Michel Rivat
Music by Eric Charden
Performed by Stone et Charden See more