Godard Mon Amour

Redoubtable is rather a right-wing work – highly sceptical and derisive of revolutionary communism, very pro-marriage and in favour of the iron-fisted auteur who imposes his vision upon the braying underlings. Even though the film itself is split into chapters with wacky Godardian titles, and it attempts to copy the saturated, primary-hued ’60s aesthetic, the story itself is as conventional as it gets. But maybe this is just Hazanavicius abiding by his clear disdain for anything that might be deemed experimental?

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