Jean-Luc Godard has no favorite movie

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Jean-Luc Godard has no favorite movie

Jean-Luc Godard has no favorite movie

Philippe LABRO receives some of the Nouvelle vague filmmakers, former critics of the Cahiers and asks each of them three identical questions: What was the film that marked them when they were critics, what was one of their favourite films and what film they would dream of making? Jean Luc GODARD, who still considers himself a critic, was struck by Louis Lumière’s film "The arrival of the train at the Ciotat station". There is not one of his favorite films because the films he prefers are the ones he doesn’t shoot, "which are better than the ones you can dream of that you can’t shoot because they’re too difficult. The ones we shoot are like leftovers from a meal," and there’s not a movie he dreams of making "because I don’t dream".









Publication date : 7 November 1967

Producteur: Office National De Radiodiffusion Télévision Française   -   Director : Benamou, Roger  -  Producer : Labro, Philippe  -  Producer : Turenne, Henri De  -  Presenter : Labro, Philippe  -  Participant : Godard, Jean Luc
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Credits:Director : Benamou, Roger-Producer : Labro, Philippe-Producer : Turenne, Henri De-Presenter : Labro, Philippe-Participant : Godard, Jean Luc

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