Don’t forget to select your favorite films!
WARNING: I am going to discuss this film in comparison to the alt-right, so please do not get offended or think that I am justifying the alt-right - I'm rather trying to criticize the vast problem of neoliberalism. Also words I can't write right now.
Saw this on a flight back from Amsterdam to the US on one of those mini tvs that they force feed you to watch so you don't wanna die from the air pressure - so…
This film was complex but utterly outstanding. Godard gives you the tools politically to realize yourself as a filmmaker.
In essence, by challenging the nature of what constitutes a 'film,' he pushes the art-world to expand these notions to a more expansive view of what counts as art (in a much more subtle way than that of "the Square" for example).
This was a realization that was came to about a month after watching the film - so it is…