This movie bothered me.
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First Bertolucci. I can already get a good grip on his style of filmmaking, as this film is a broad epic that almost feels like a completely different film past a certain plot point. Definitely an emotional one.
The film feels like the Hemingway novel, The Sun Also Rises for some of its runtime. It has an abstract, unconventional structure (especially being based on a novel) and follows middle-aged people having to deal with middle-aged…
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I'd rather talk about literally anything else in this film than the 'Terminator 4' gag because everybody gets that. But what I don't understand is... this film. I will research the four individual segments and the many plotlines of it afterward but I'm not mad at Godard. I'm not disappointed at all. I'm actually intrigued.
This is actually my second Godard, first being Breathless, obviously. And I totally don't regret it. It's incredibly more avant-garde…