New Godard print to circulate this summer

  • After Sundance leaves the Brooklyn's Bam, folks will have the opportunity to see some retro-Jean-Luc GodardJean-Luc Godard
[/link]. Personally, Pierrot Le Fou (1965) is another difficult film to mentally access, but perhaps with a new 35mm print it’s worth another viewing. Variety reports that Janus Films will release the 1965 pic on June 15 at Bam, followed by a screening at Toronto's Cinematheque Ontario on July 26; dates in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and other cities will be announced later with a sure bet that the Criterion Collection edition comes out later in the year. Jean-Luc Godard's sixth film staring Anna Karina, his first wife. It is the story of Ferdinand (Jean-Paul Belmondo) and Marianne (Karina). They meet when Ferdinand's wife hires Marianne as a baby-sitter. As he drives Marianne home, Ferdinand decides to run away with her. The couple get caught up in a mysterious gun-running scheme involving Marianne's brother
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