Jean-Luc Godard Programme

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French New Wave master Jean-Luc Godard's films appear on Tokyo's arthouse screens every now and then, but we feel like it's been a while since the great auteur was last afforded a proper retrospective. This four-film programme at Asagaya's Yujiku is a decent start, as it includes the 1965 classic Pierrot le Fou, pioneering 1960 crime drama Breathless, documentary-style experiment Masculin Féminin (1966) and the crushingly sad My Life to Live (1962). Note that all films are screened with Japanese subtitles only.

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