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...
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The New York Times’ film critic A.O. Scott on the 50th anniversary of “Breathless”
frenchcinema: subvex: Godard interview with...
Those aesthetic hiccups, the way it moves along – “Breathless” doesn’t feel like...– Olivier Assayas, filmmaker
It seemed like a combination of jazz and philosophy – in its content, its style,...– Richard Brody, biographer of Godard
It’s stylistically raw, as if it was made in some kind of feverish delirium, yet...– James Gray, filmmaker