'Why carry out you look so sad? Due to the fact that you speak to me in words and I look at you with feelings.'


It's from Pierrot le Fou by Jean-Luc Godard. An outstanding movie, if you recognize what are you obtaining right into.

You are watching: Because you speak to me in words and i look at you with feelings

If you're not acquainted through French Nouvelle Vague cinema activity, this is not the ideal of areas to begin. Not because you won't prefer it. I don't recognize that. It's because you'll see more of it if you acquire right into it progressively.

The French New Wave directors experimented with the create. They tried to prove that you can bypass or entirely disregard a collection of standard moviemaking "rules" and still manage to provide the movie favor any various other. As you go through their movies, you learn to identify those games and tricks they play, and also so begin to gain the film even more.

Here are some of the movies from Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut, the significant members of the movement:

That's all folks. I hope you reap at leastern some of it.


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Agreed. Can't uncover any type of torleas :(.

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I might simply be of a various generation, because once you say Pierrot le Fou, this is what involves mind


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