Band of Outsiders
Crime • 1964 • 1 hr 37 min
Godards absolute best. Short on story, huge on character and style. Anna Karina is phenomenal.
JLG being himself. Definitely not what u expect in a movie but definetly what u expect in French novel vague
I have a film poster about the dance scene. I don't want to too much talk. It is a cult like any Godard movie.
Beautifully shot with some interesting, weird, and morally questionable characters
Using the viewpoint of three amateurish and immature criminals, Godard creates an ode to the arts
Lots of fun, so far the most accessible Godard I’ve watched.
Heavy on style, light on substance, Godard has an eye for telling a story in a unique way, but it doesn’t leave you with much
You must watch at least once in a lifetime
Lovely movie with iconic scenes but usual unbearable stupidity of woman in french movies was tasteless
Apart from the dance scene, which is great, this was quite a boring film.
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