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@selontheweb you got the Southland Tales cannes/directors cut?
The best Nolan
when you think about it, since Le Mepris is a film about itself as a film, and the drama of Le Mepris is about what the camera does, and the first shot introduces Coutard to us as the cameraman, Raoul Coutard is the main character of Le Mepris
@evan i have!! its so brilliant. ive heard the score so many times and it still gives me chills. also "le nouveau film traditionnel de jean-luc godard" is hysterical. it saddens me how rare it has become for directors to cut their own trailers
Contempt is (just in terms of the literal plot) about three guys fighting over their visions for a movie and in a meta sense Pierrot is Godard fighting his own conceptions of what a movie is and what it can be. a purposeful expansion of and iteration on Breathless. both films share a cinematographer as well and they both have some of the most beautiful shots you will ever see.
both very similar in the details of their endings too, with Contempt playing out as more of a tragedy and Pierrot as more of a comedy. a very, dare i say it, Jokerfied film.
pierrot le fou especially, i could go on for hours talking about that one
Just a beautiful ending I haven’t stopped thinking about since i saw it. that whole third part is just DARING you to get emotionally invested, actively pushing you away but at least for me it fully works
Pirates 5 reversing will turner’s fate is the weakest shit on earth. undoes what is in my opinion one of the greatest film endings
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