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a pierrot le fou fanfic [27 Oct 2011|09:13pm]

blackwhitecity
La Mer
Pierrot le Fou;
Ferdinand/Marianne;
PG-13;
322 words;
She closed her eyes, gently, savoring the picture, the angles of his lips, the languid smoke of his cigarette, dark islands in his eyes.

here
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Criterion Collection sale [20 Jul 2010|01:26am]

au_chante

There is a sale on all of Barnes and Noble's Criterion Collection films. They are 50% off their list prices. I just purchased Breathless for $20.00 and there are a few other Godard's sprinkled in there. I believe Vivre Sa Vie is around the same price. And the rest are only $15.99. It's a really great deal. Here is the link if you're interested: 50% off 
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anyone know music from le petit soldat [12 Jan 2010|02:13am]
priceisrite17
 the song is from Le Petit Soldat and is when karina is smoking a cigarette in a cafe and the dude is sitting with some blonde chick


the translation of the lyrics are:

my girls doesnt act like a starlet
doesnt wear sunglasses
she doesnt pose for magazines
she works in a factory outside of town
...
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[24 May 2008|01:04am]

oxymorgan
First off, I'm so excited this community exists!

Secondly, can anyone tell me the typeface Godard used for most of his films?

Here's an example from Masculin Feminin:



Thanks in advance.

-Morgan
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[21 May 2008|09:09pm]

just_float
[ mood | chipper ]

Please Comment and Credit floating_icons!


[01-08] dexter
[09-10] music: basia bulat
[11-12] music: edith piaf
[13-16] zooey deschanel
[17-23] à bout de souffle (breathless) - Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean Seberg
[24-30] 2 days in paris - Julie Delpy, Adam Goldberg
[31-33] the abyss - Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
[34-39] all the real girls - Paul Schneider, Zooey Deschanel
[40-43] almost famous - Patrick Fugit, Frances McDormand, Kate Hudson, Zooey Deschanel
[44-46] this boy's life - Leonardo DiCaprio
[47-59] candy - Abbie Cornish, Heath Ledger
[60-71] les jolies choses (pretty things) - Marion Cotillard
71 total

TEASERS:


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chantal goya [23 Jan 2008|04:39pm]

susanbiscuit
some kind soul a few months back (i can't remember who, sorry) put up a link to a wonderful chantal goya album of strange french pop songs which is now stuck on my old, dead computer. i loved it and i need it back in my life. is there anyone who would be willing to send it again?

thanks and love
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[03 Jan 2008|01:21am]

jamaldavis
http://www.mediafire.com/?4szd49tka3l

THIS IS THE THEME FOR CONTEMPT

enjoy!
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Le Mépris soundtrack, anyone? [03 Jan 2008|03:04am]

sigarah_wa_kass
I'm not sure if this is allowed, but if not, let me know and I will delete my post as soon as possible.

I recently just rediscovered Le Mépris and trying to find the soundtrack online has been extremely difficult to me. I really hate resorting to doing this, but if any of you could help me download this soundtrack I will be extremely grateful. I'm absolutely obsessed with the music from the movie and it's been all I've been thinking about for the last week or so.

Thanks for any help!
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ICONOCLAST (The Boyd Rice Documentary) [16 Oct 2007|11:32pm]

iconoclastmovie
Dear Friends,

At Last...

The long wait is over!!


Please click this link below...







The trailer for ICONOCLAST (my Boyd Rice documentary) is now online.

The World Premiere is at WWW.ICONOCLASTMOVIE.COM

Please let us know what you think of our little love child and please copy/post/distribute our banner to help spread the word!!

All The Best,

TorandLarry4Ever!!
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Oh, Jean-Luc! [06 Oct 2007|08:41pm]

thematryoshka
 

When I think that I have found my favorite film, and a new one comes along, new for me anyway, and I'm blown away.  Oh, Godard, of course I love your À bout de soufflé, Bande à part, Masculin-Feminin, and Une femme est une femme.  It wasn't until last evening that I saw, for the first time, Tout va bien.  It is my new favorite film of all time, surpassing even Bertolucci's Last Tango in Paris.  It's the most participatory thought provoking film I've seen in my life.  It raises questions about what constitutes a film?  What are the necessities of film?  Are there necessities?  It questions communication, and it communicates with the audience.  I seriously was blown away and wanted to watch it again immediately after I had finished it!  It's initiates so many questions, conversations.  If I was in a film society, it would be the first one I would suggest.  Oh, Godard!  How is it possible for me to fall even more in love with your work?  So political, and not usually my sort of fare at all, yet!!   See Tout va bien!!!  You don't understand how much I admire and respect this film.  It's such a catalyst for conversation and thought. 

 
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Huge Icon Post, Part #2 [13 Aug 2007|09:14pm]

mawf
265 - 292 Interview (2007)
293 - 325 Masculin Feminin
326 - 464 Stardust

TEASER:
1 2 3


More @ mawf, here.
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. New edition . [01 Jun 2007|10:32am]

noisy_brain

Studio Canal re edited some Godard's movies with bonus   .  All in DVD zone 2

Pierrot le fou ( + bonus audio commentaries )

Le mepris ( + documentary "sur les traces du mepris )

Alphaville ( + documentary "Alphaville, périphéries", and an introduction to the movie by a french journalist of Cahiers du cinema ) 

A bout de souffle ( with a documentary "Godard before Breathless" )

Le petit Soldat ( with an introduction to the movie by a journalist of Les Cahiers du cinema )

Une femme est une femme ( with and introduction ...)




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. Jean Claude Brialy . 1933 -2007 [31 May 2007|12:02pm]

noisy_brain




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[04 Apr 2007|04:30pm]

moshimoshi_13
Have any of you ever noticed in Piazza New York Catcher by Belle and Sebastian how he says "Elope with me Miss Private and we'll sail around the world, I can be your Ferdinand and you my wayward girl". Godard reference? Perhaps.
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Masculin Féminin Soundtrack [24 Mar 2007|03:32pm]

shambolique


I feel like sharing since I don't post in this community so much.
Actually, this is my first post. :)

I was wondering if it was worth posting,
as I don't feel like uploading if only one person wants to grab it...
so if anyone wants it, comment!

I recommend it to everyone who likes yéyé...

[edit : august 29, 2007]
Download link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/9p9a97
Enjoy, guys!
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Alpha 60. [22 Mar 2007|12:34am]

neontokyo
So I fell asleep watching "Alphavilla" and my dreams were WAY weird after.

Oh boy.
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. Paris vu par . 1965 [20 Mar 2007|11:06am]

noisy_brain

now available on DVD

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[19 Mar 2007|10:07pm]

psychronic

http://www.gaumont.com/DVD/fiche_dvd.cfm?id_dvd=219
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[19 Mar 2007|10:42am]

fox_in_sand


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[18 Feb 2007|10:38pm]

fox_in_sand


I'm trying to brush up on my French, so I have acquired a Chantal Goya compilation..

Yes, it is her singing in "Masculin Feminin", she was a bona fide pop chanteuse. Ended up being most famous for her children's songs. She's very fun to learn french to as well, if you have a weakness for polished sixties girl groups every once in a while, as I do..
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