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Aaron Jones over 1 year ago
Almost too Brechtian, fun to think about afterwards more than to watch in the moment
Dominic Dirupo over 4 years ago
I don't really want to be a prostitute after watching this
Austin almost 6 years ago
A thoughtful film that represents Godard's extreme care for his "regard."
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Alan Santos 7 years ago
Vivre sa vie : film en douze tableaux is a 1962 French film directed by Jean-Luc Godard. The title means "To Live Her Life: A Film in Twelve Scenes", but in the English-speaking world it was released as My Life to Live (North America) or as It's My Life (UK). The most recent DVD releases use the original French title. The film stars Anna Karina, as Nana, a beautiful Parisian in her early twenties who deliberately leaves her husband and her infant son hoping to become an actress. Without money, beyond what she earns as a shopgirl, and unable to enter acting, she elects to earn better money as a prostitiute. Soon she has a pimp, Raoul, who after an unspecified period agrees to sell Nana to another pimp. During the exchange the pimps argue and in a gun battle Nana is killed. Nana's short life on film is told in 12 brief episodes each preceded by a written resume. Godard introduces other idiosyncrasies to focus the viewer's attention. In Vivre sa vie, Godard borrowed the aesthetics of the...
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