2 Or 3 Things I Know About Her (1967)
An exploration of capitalism, its effect on individuals, and the nature of reality.
Bande À Part (1964)
Two misfits and a pretty student conspire to burgle a big house.
Breathless (1960)
A young criminal hides out with a woman who can't decide whether or not she loves him. Plus read our exclusive interview with assistant director Pierre Rissient.
Contempt (1963)
An American producer and Austrian director clash over the making of a film.
Eloge De L'Amour (2001)
Jean-Luc Godard at his most incomprehensible in a story that might be connected to making a film.
Film Socialisme (2010)
A group of passengers on a cruise ship wrestle with existential questions.
The Image Book (2018)
Nothing but silence. Nothing but a revolutionary song. A story in five chapters like the five fingers of a hand.
It's My Life (1962)
A woman drifts into prostitution after the break-up of her relationship.
The Little Soldier (1963)
Musings on the fate of noble men in war.
A Married Woman (1964)
A young woman is troubled by the difficulties in her relationships with her husband and lover.
Notre Musique (2004)
An exploration of perspective and the search for truth.
Oh, Woe Is Me (1993)
Divine intervention and a marriage in trouble.
Passion (1982)
Through the story of another filmmaker's struggles to create art, Godard explores the essence of cinema and different ways of telling he truth.
RoGoPaG (1962)
Portmanteau film in which four directors “limit themselves to recounting the joyous beginning of the end of the world”. Out to own as part of Pier Pasolini Volume One box set.
Slow Motion (1980)
Three people struggle to find direction in a film that probes the reliability of perception.
Sympathy For The Devil (1968)
Documentary about music and the counterculture in the late Sixties.
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