Very funny Godard short about Charlotte (Anne Collette) who goes to visit her ex (Jean-Paul Belmondo) at his bedsit. Barely giving her time to say anything, he launches into a confused rant, assuming that she's come to ask to get back together with him again. He criticises her, and declares love and a variety of ill-thought out rude opinions.
Stylistically, this is clearly practice for A bout de souffle.
I possibly found it especially funny because I once had an on-off relationship with a man who never stopped talking and opinionating ... and if he'd been quite that critical and rude in 2003, or 2004, or 2005, we possibly would have saved ourselves some trouble.
Whilst the Belmondo character's misogyny is definitely dated, the general theme of the film feels pretty timeless and current fashions are such that he in his Breton top and she in her print dress would look pretty cool today.