Vivre sa vie
My Life To Live
Dir. Jean-Luc Godard
France 1962 | Black & white | 83 mins | Cert 15 | Drama
Cast: Anna Karina, Saddy Rebbot
Based on a popular sociological study of contemporary prostitution, this Brechtian social fiction follows Nana (Karina) as she learns how to become a sex worker. Beautifully composed and featuring one of Karina’s greatest performances, the film introduces some of Godard’s key themes: work and sex, the situation of women, and the invisible suffering of the emerging consumer society.
Available from January 2016
Available on: DCP, 35mm
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