Nonomoi’s review published on Letterboxd:
I liked the film regardless of whether it was a milestone in the novelle vague or being made by Godard or having Truffaut's script.
I find a film that escapes the stereotypes of the characters of that time, with cuts of film that ended up leaving the film with a very unique style and I found it fun and profound at the same time.
It was certainly much more innovative in the 60s than many films are today.
I accept that a person may not find the film remarkable in today's times, but I believe that the landmark that was in his time is undeniable.
The dialogues of Godard's films are always something deliciously existential. I feel like writing down a few.