"For Ever Mozart"
Directed by Jean-Luc Godard
self-referential film about the intersecting of reality and art revolves around several
characters trying to deal with the war in Bosnia. The film is divided into four segments--Theater,
You Don't Fool with Love in Sarajevo, A Film About In-Tranquility and For
Ever Mozart--during which the director makes allusions to his past masterpieces Weekend,
Les Carabiniers and Contempt. An adventurous, challenging work that combines
intellectual game-playing, philosophical contemplation and moments of startling beauty.