"Everybody should like westerns. Solve everybody's problems if they liked westerns..."
“To love cinema is to love life."
Second viewing of Godard’s extraordinary filmic retelling of Georges Bizet seminal opera, Carmen. And I still believe it’s his most underrated work.
My review from when I first watched it last year:
Godard’s best film of the 1980s, and his most French New Wave-like since his astoundingly prolific 1960-1967 period. The use of Beethoven’s music, and the occasional cuts to a string quartet rehearsing one of the renowned composer’s quartets, accentuates the film’s poeticism. Thank you Mubi.
“He was hailed by a standing, cheering ovation, as if God were being welcomed by earthly disciples, but John Williams truly is Film music’s God.” John Williams invited by the Vienna Phil...
A phenomenal concert of a selection of John Williams’ film scores - ranging between some of his most famous scores and some lesser-known, underrated scores - conducted by the man himself. Not to mention augmented by one of the greatest orchestras in the world.