Lol not for me but I get the appeal. If you like B-movies search this out! Had lots of fun watching it in the theater in 35mm. I don’t think I would have finished it watching at home.
This movie was made for me. Godard is my favorite director and I often struggle with the question of how large a place politics should take in my life, how loyally one should live one's philosophy day to day. Ultimately is it more important to be happy or to be right? I think Jean Luc's struggle with this question is embodied in his filmic evolution and his gradual shift to a radical cinema that would ultimately alienate the vast majority…