Vivre sa Vie (1962)

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Released 21-Jun-2006
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Nana (Anna Karina) needs two thousand francs. After asking her ex-boyfriend, then her workmates, a friend introduces her to Raoul who offers her a way to work for the money. In pursuit of fame and fortune, she leaves her family to become an actress, but instead descends into the world of prostitution on the chic streets of 1960s Paris.

Told in twelve episodes, it shocked audiences at its 1962 premiere and was instantly recognized as one of the definitive films of the French New Wave. A highly-structured combination of documentary techniques and gangster noir, Vivre Sa Vie (My Life to Live) is one of Godard's most complex and critically-acclaimed films.

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Trevor D
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Anna Karina
Sady Rebbot
André S. Labarthe
Guylaine Schlumberger
Gérard Hoffman
Monique Messine
Paul Pavel
Dimitri Dineff
Peter Kassovitz
Eric Schlumberger
Brice Parain
Henri Attal
Gilles Quéant
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Jean-Luc Godard
Michel Legrand
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding
Drama 1962 85 576i (PAL) 4
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French Dolby Digital 2.0 (224Kb/s), English Audio Commentary Dolby Digital 2.0 (224Kb/s)
Main Menu Audio, Audio Commentary-Adrian Martin, Film Critic And Co-Editor Of Rouge Films, Short Film-Une Histoire d'Eau(1958) 12 Minute, Gallery-Photo, Trailer-Mon Oncle, The Lepard, Tokyo Story
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