Directed by Jean-Luc Godard
Godard continues his lifelong inquiry into the nexus
between aesthetics and politics with this tri-fold essay on history,
conflict, identity, and culture. Set primarily at a literary conference in
Sarajevo, the director draws on the Bosnian war, the Israeli/Palestinian
conflict, the oppression of Native Americans, and the legacy of the Nazis to
shape his provocative and elegiac inquiry. "A film of flowing, redemptive
beauty and poetry, at once immediate yet classic in its simplicity of form"
(Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times). French, English, Spanish, Hebrew,
Arabic, and Serbo-Croatian with English subtitles. 80 minutes.