Drama • 1965 • 1 hr 40 min
This movie has the most batshit internal logic you’ll ever see.
One of the weirdest Godard films but still great. More story than normal for Godard and works so well. Absolutely worth watching
Subtle. Everyone who sees it thinks most of it is boring. But they come away with one memorable line or scene that stays with them forever.
Might be slow for some. Pretty cinematography and a subtle dystopian world that is masterfully crafted.
Godard at it’s best, a dystopian future with a message that endures until the present days.
Yes to surrealism! A real cult classic worth watching but definitely not for everyone.
My favorite Godard. Great to see him go after scifi with such a low budget and large ambitions.
While the first third crawls, the last two thirds soar. Godard uses noir and surrealism very well to depict Alphaville's dystopian future.
This movie is deep. Plays with you mind for a while
interesting dystopian future set in present France. It’s interesting to wade through what Godard was simply mocking and what was serious
FBI Agent Lemmy Caution is sent after a missing two million in Casablanca while mob boss mistress Carlotta plays both sides of the law.
On the run from international police, Special Agent Lemmy Caution arrives in the South of France and soon becomes embroiled in a scheme with the infamous gangster Siegella. Whilst seeming to co-operate with the underworld boss, Lemmy is secretly acting for the FBI, and intends using Miranda Van Zelden, a wealthy heiress, as bait to trap a gang of crooks and put an end to Siegella's exploits...
Lemmy Caution is on the trail of a women who may or may not be mixed up in a blackmail scheme.
A group of bandits conspire to kidnap a scientist who can help them manufacture diamonds.Unbeknownst to them , the FBI is already on their case.
American FBI agent Lemmy Caution arrives in France to track down a dangerous spy.
A famous FBI agent's vacation is interrupted by murder. His investigation leads him on the trail of three women of the local upper middle class.
In this French espionage thriller, Eddie again plays the role that made him a star, Lemmy Caution. Lots of two fisted action.
An American private-eye arrives in Alphaville, a futuristic city on another planet which is ruled by an evil scientist named Von Braun, who has outlawed love and self-expression.
The owner of Black Angel is shot by Mamba, a killer in the pay of the Chinese mafia. The victim's daughter, who witnessed the murder and knows she is threatened, refuses to collaborate with the police and prefers to call on an old friend of her father's, Lemmy Caution, but is this man, who lives on an island paradise, still old enough to play the vigilante?
The supremely world-weary Lemmy Caution, last seen in Godard's "Alphaville" (France/1965), has several strange encounters while trying to make his way from the former East Germany to "the west."