Original Title: Letter to Jane: An Investigation About a Still
Year of Release: 1972
Directors: Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Gorin, Groupe Dziga Vertov
Writer: Jean-Luc Godard
Main Cast: Jane Fonda
Never thought a Godard documentary could me more interesting than some of his fiction films. In this medium-length docu-film, he and Gorin analyze the implications of the infamous photograph of Jane Fonda's North Vietnam trip in 1972.
For something that sounds quite static, the two directors manage to talk in-depth about the picture, how it portrayed Vietnam, its importance when compared to other Hollywood actors who sided against the North Vietnamese cause, and the socio-political relevance of such a picture. I haven't seen Tout Va Bien, so all the…