Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean Seberg, Daniel Boulanger, Jean-Pierre Melville, Henri-Jacques Huet
A great opportunity to marvel at the pure, raw, chaotic newness of Breathless– still fresh after all this time, showcasing the fascinatingly and exasperatingly unschooled quality of Godard's filmmaking. Jean-Paul Belmondo is the smouldering tough guy and Bogart enthusiast who has killed a cop; Jean Seberg is the gamine American would-be journalist and novelist who is hanging out with him, just to see if she is really in love. Belmondo and Seberg's aimless, languorous, erotic conversation in her apartment is a glorious riff; in fact the whole movie is one continuous, inspired cine-jazz solo.
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