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Two or Three Things I Know about Her

Analysis of a Film by Godard

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674284555

Publication Date: 01/30/1981

366 pages


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  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • 2 ou 3 choses que je sais d’elle
    • Sequence 0: Titles
    • Sequence 1: Elle: the Paris region, Marina Vlady/Juliette Janson
    • Sequence 2: The shortwave radio, the proof of the beyond
    • Sequence 3: Christophe’s dream, Juliette’s dream
    • Sequence 4: The woman in the bath
    • Sequence 5: M. Gérard’s apartment, the Paris region
    • Sequence 6: The dress store
    • Sequence 7: Construction sites
    • Sequence 8: The café, the cup of coffee
    • Sequence 9: The hotel room, the client from the Metro
    • Sequence 10: The unemployed secretary
    • Sequence 11: The beauty parlor
    • Sequence 12: Robert’s garage, the car wash
    • Digression: The politics of 2 ou 3 choses
    • Sequence 13: The Algerian boy, the three civilizations
    • Sequence 14: John Faubus’ hotel room
    • Sequence 15: The Elysées-Marbeuf cafeé
    • Sequence 16: The apartment complex
    • Sequence 17: Christophe’s essay, the Janson apartment
    • Sequence 18: Juliette and Robert in bed
  • Notes

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