Live your life / (Vivre sa Vie : Film en Douze Tableaux ) by Jean-Luc Godard (1962)
DVDRip | AVI | Audiotrecks: Original(French) + Russian | Subs : English + Russian | 1.15 GB
video: XviD | 640x480, 23.976 fps | 2129 kbps
Russian: AC3 | 48 kHz, 3/2 (L,C,R,l,r) + LFE ch | 384.00 kbps
French: AC3 | 48 kHz, 1/0 (C) ch | 192.00 kbps
Art-house, Drama, Comedy film
Early film Godard and one of the most significant films of the French New Wave. In the fourth artistic director made a tape of his then-wife Anna Karina as Nana, the Parisian shop assistant, who after her divorce from her husband Paul (Labarthe) is trying to become an actress. After seeing a silent film classic Dreyer's The Passion of Joan of Arc ", it leaves the idea and becomes a prostitute. The film is divided into 12 images, which takes place in a cafe, store plates in a police station and on the streets of Paris. Scenes and raised topics ranging from prostitution (with the facts and figures) to the experiments with oral narrative and autobiographical elements (Godard read behind the scenes, Karina plays). In a typically dense and provocative style of Godard, we also see many references to films and literature ( "Nana" Renoir's "Nana" Zola, "Jules and Jim Truffaut, Dreyer and Falconetti, and" The Oval Portrait "by Edgar Allen), as well as enthusiastic discussion on the linguistic philosophy with Bryce Pareyn).