Product DetailsVivre 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, Godardís greatest muse, plays Nana, a young Parisian who aspires to be an actress but instead ends up a prostitute, her downward spiral depicted in a series of discrete tableaux of daydreams and dances. Featuring some of Karina and Godardís most iconic momentsófrom her movie theater vigil with The Passion of Joan of Arc to her seductive pool-hall strutóVivre sa vie is a landmark of the French New Wave that still surprises at every turn.
Store CommentsSpecial Features New, restored high-definition digital transfer (with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition) Audio commentary featuring film scholar Adrian Martin Video interview with film scholar Jean Narboni, conducted by historian NoŽl Simsolo Television interview from 1962 with actress Anna Karina Excerpts from a 1961 French television exposť on prostitution Illustrated essay on La prostitution, the book that served as inspiration for the film Stills gallery Director Jean-Luc Godardís original theatrical trailer New and improved English subtitle translation PLUS: A booklet featuring Godardís original scenario, an essay by critic Michael Atkinson, interviews with Godard, and a reprint by critic Jean Collet on the filmís soundtrack
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