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Roger Ebert takes another breath of "Breathless"

"It is dutifully repeated that Godard’s technique of "jump cuts" is the great breakthrough, but startling as they were, they were actually an afterthought, and what is most revolutionary about the movie is its headlong pacing, its cool detachment, its dismissal of authority, and the way its narcissistic young heroes are obsessed with themselves and oblivious to the larger society."

Godard as the male lead in CharΙοtte et Sοn Steak (1960)

newyorker:

Director Jean-Luc Godard is to receive an honorary Oscar in a special ceremony on November 13th. However, some have called the Academy’s choice into question, due to Godard’s supposed anti-semitism. Richard Brody, Godard biographer and New Yorker staffer has this to say:
“I’m not a member of the academy; for the record, I am Jewish; and I volunteer—I’d consider it a privilege to hand Godard or his representative an award that is a mere slender symbol of what we all, in the world of the cinema, owe him, and that is so long overdue.”
Find out why.

newyorker:

Director Jean-Luc Godard is to receive an honorary Oscar in a special ceremony on November 13th. However, some have called the Academy’s choice into question, due to Godard’s supposed anti-semitism. Richard Brody, Godard biographer and New Yorker staffer has this to say:

“I’m not a member of the academy; for the record, I am Jewish; and I volunteer—I’d consider it a privilege to hand Godard or his representative an award that is a mere slender symbol of what we all, in the world of the cinema, owe him, and that is so long overdue.”

Find out why.

Roger Ebert takes another breath of "Breathless"

"It is dutifully repeated that Godard’s technique of "jump cuts" is the great breakthrough, but startling as they were, they were actually an afterthought, and what is most revolutionary about the movie is its headlong pacing, its cool detachment, its dismissal of authority, and the way its narcissistic young heroes are obsessed with themselves and oblivious to the larger society."

Godard as the male lead in CharΙοtte et Sοn Steak (1960)

newyorker:

Director Jean-Luc Godard is to receive an honorary Oscar in a special ceremony on November 13th. However, some have called the Academy’s choice into question, due to Godard’s supposed anti-semitism. Richard Brody, Godard biographer and New Yorker staffer has this to say:
“I’m not a member of the academy; for the record, I am Jewish; and I volunteer—I’d consider it a privilege to hand Godard or his representative an award that is a mere slender symbol of what we all, in the world of the cinema, owe him, and that is so long overdue.”
Find out why.

newyorker:

Director Jean-Luc Godard is to receive an honorary Oscar in a special ceremony on November 13th. However, some have called the Academy’s choice into question, due to Godard’s supposed anti-semitism. Richard Brody, Godard biographer and New Yorker staffer has this to say:

“I’m not a member of the academy; for the record, I am Jewish; and I volunteer—I’d consider it a privilege to hand Godard or his representative an award that is a mere slender symbol of what we all, in the world of the cinema, owe him, and that is so long overdue.”

Find out why.

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