Made in U. S. A. embodies the meaning of the term “Godardian” when used as an insult.
Archive for: Jean-Luc Godard
If there was ever a story that needed to be transformed by the filmmaking process, the banal science-fiction pulp of Alphaville is it.
Godard renders the title character’s anomie as dispassionately as one might write out a math problem.
Contempt is about the impossibility of loving in a world where The Odyssey can’t be filmed.