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Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
Crass and wonderful.
Austin over 5 years ago
Godard's absurdist dark comedy is one of his best films.
V.V. Hayman 7 years ago
The most political of Godard's films I've seen so far. Probs inspired Tarantino.
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Stephen Wevill over 6 years ago
Week End (1967) is a black comedy film written and directed by Jean-Luc Godard and starring Mireille Darc and Jean Yanne, both of whom were mainstream French TV stars. Jean-Pierre Léaud, iconic comic star of numerous French New Wave films including Truffaut's Les Quatre Cent Coups (The Four Hundred Blows) and Godard's earlier Masculin, féminin, also appears in two roles. Raoul Coutard served as cinematographer. The film was nominated for the Golden Bear at the 18th Berlin International Film Festival in 1968. A bourgeois French married couple, Roland (Jean Yanne) and Corinne (Mireille Darc), both have secret lovers and are both planning each other's murder. They set out by car for Corinne's parents' home in the country to secure her inheritance from her dying father, by murdering him, if necessary. The trip becomes a chaotically picaresque journey through a French countryside populated by bizarre characters and punctuated by violent car accidents. After their own car is destroyed, the...
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