It’s 1967: Jean-Luc Godard’s marriage to Anna Karina is over, and he is reimagining his art. Sensing cultural and political change in the air a full year before the unrest of May ’68, he embarks on a new film, La Chinoise, with a new woman, actress and student activist Anne Wiazemsky.
If Jean-Luc Godard took a radical turn around the time of May 68, Michel Hazanavicius subverts the stern metamorphosis and turns it into a wildly entertaining, (un)romantic affair. Louis Garrel is the moody legendary director, while Stacy Martin is Anne Wiazemsky—on whose memoirs the film is based!
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