One of cinema's masters finds the right genre In Je t'aime, Je t'aime.
Movie history is short (106 years and counting) yet Alain Resnais' special place in it is apparent in his 1968 film Je t'aime, Je t'aime showing at Film Forum (Feb. 14 to 20).
More than 50 years since his feature-length debut Hiroshima, Mon Amour, Resnais has continued an innovative, serious-art approach to movies, overcoming many different fads, failures and successes with such masterpieces as Last Year at Marienbad (1962) and the breathtakingly inventive Muriel (1964). Like Godard, Resnais has outlasted the peak, competitive years of European cinema, still playing with cinematic form and the intricacy of the mind and time.
Still on top, Resnais' past three films…