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Vivre Sa Vie

Vivre Sa Vie

Vivre Sa Vie Vivre Sa Vie Nr
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Vivre sa vie was a turning point for Jean-Luc Godard and remains one of his most dynamic films, combining brilliant visual design with a tragic character study. The lovely Anna Karina, Godard's greatest muse, plays Nana, a young Parisian who aspires to be an actress but instead ends up a prostitute; her downward spiral is depicted in a series of discrete tableaux of daydreams and dances. Featuring some of Karina and Godard's most iconic moments--from her movie theater vigil with The Passion of Joan of Arc to her seductive pool-hall strut--Vivre sa vie is a landmark of the French New Wave that still surprises at every turn. SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES: New, restored high-definition digital transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack; Audio commentary featuring film scholar Adrian Martin; Video interview with film scholar Jean Narboni, conducted by historian Noël Simsolo; Television interview from 1962 with actress Anna Karina; Excerpts from a 1961 French television exposé on prostitution; Illustrated essay on La prostitution, the book that served as inspiration for the film; Stills gallery; Director Jean-Luc Godard's original theatrical trailer; New and improved English subtitle translation; PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Michael Atkinson, interviews with Godard, a reprint by critic Jean Collet on the film's soundtrack, and Godard's original scenario.
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