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8.9 out of 10

Vivre Sa Vie

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Stunning Blu-ray presentation of a glorious Anna Karina role.

The Great Owl, blu-ray.com
26 April 2013
  • Excerpt: After Jean-Luc Godard's 1960 film, Breathless, dropped, its air of coolness, by way of jump-cuts and inspired casting, established the director as a revolutionary force. It's easy to imagine Godard having the same attraction for younger audiences during the early 1960s that Quentin Tarantino had for such audiences after the release of Pulp Fiction in 1994.
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Nana Karina

Blodiak, blu-ray.com
21 February 2012
  • Excerpt: A tragic character study ''Vivre Sa Vie'' is indeed. I love most of Jean-Luc Godard's work. This movie is no exception. Criterion did a fine job for this classic. The movie is really provocative considering the time it was released. Anna Karina is once again AMAZING. Her facial expressions are sometime breathtaking. Maybe I'm one of the few but I found the ending cheaply made and the conversation about philosophy a little too long.
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Amazing Direction! !!Spoiler Alert!!

lDlisturb3d, blu-ray.com
28 October 2010
  • Excerpt: How do i start off with this film? Well first off the Cinematography was amazing, its crazy how a little direction can bring out the beauties of a film. So Bravo to the french dude Jean-Luc Godard lo. I really enjoyed this film. It wasn't anything i expected but i still liked it. A woman that is so into her self that she's blinded by so many other things, especially love. It was said how she became a prostitute in the pursuit to become a movie star.
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You're Horrible

podvrh, blu-ray.com
6 June 2010
  • Excerpt: Movie: Wow a masterpiece of 1960's French cinema! In gorgeous black and white. Deserves your attention. I found the film to be deserving of it's status. A story told in twelve chapters, an intelligent script, well directed, a superb subdued central performance aimed at the viewer. With brief glances straight at the camera you are reminded it is a film. Video: Wow, what a transfer! Is this an example of what we can expect in the future?
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