Masculin Feminin

Godard was at the peak of his powers when he directed this tale of a young man, fresh out of the army, who becomes disillusioned with his life. For answers he turns to left-wing politics, and relationships with two different women. With the now-classic line referring to French youth as the 'Children of Marx and Coca Cola'.

Year: 1966
Genre: Alice's 500 Greatest Films, French Cinema, Counterculture, Best of the 1960s, Movies (1001 You Must See Before You Die)
Country: France, Sweden
Director: Jean-Luc Godard
Starring: Chantal Goya, Jean-Pierre Leaud, Marlene Jobert
Duration: 100 Minutes
Rating: R16
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Alice's 500 Greatest Films



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