by Bert Rebhandl
In 1960, he was the biggest pop star of cinema: the premiere of "Breathless" (with Jean Seberg and Jean-Paul Belmondo) took place. The following year his wedding to Anna Karina featured on the covers of glossy magazines, and his films attracted all kinds of hipsters before the term was widely used. Then came 1968, and for Jean-Luc Godard, a process of permanent cinematic revolution began, one that has caused a stir and material for debate to the present day. His thought-provoking imagery puts him on an intellectual par with Jean-Paul Sartre. In this book, the story of Godard’s exciting life and his cinematic work are told together. A unique European figure in a long-overdue comprehensive volume.
Bert Rebhandl born 1964 in Upper Austria, is one of the most distinguished German-language film critics. He writes mainly for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and the Standard. He has produced books about Orson Welles, the Western (as an editor), the TV series Seinfeld and The Third Man. The Rediscovery of a Classic Film. He lives in Berlin.
- Publisher Zsolnay
- Publication Date October 2020
- ISBN/Identifier PZ00000008
- Publish StatusPublished
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