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"Tout Va Bien"
1972
Directed by Jean-Luc Godard

A watershed creation from Godard's "political" phase, Tout Va Bien and its accompanying postscript Letter to Jane are the last films the director made with Maoist radical Jean-Pierre Gorin. Together they comprise one of the most formally and ideologically radical statements ever put to film. A work "about history and its power to transform the individual" (Gorin), Tout Va Bien stars Jane Fonda as an American reporter covering a strike at a Parisian sausage factory with her film director husband (Yves Montand). Functioning as a biting polemic on society, marriage, and revolution, Godard ups the ante with his follow-up, Letter to Jane, a scathing attack on bourgeois dilletantism and Fonda herself. French with English subtitles.  96 minutes.

 


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