I knew this was definitely just what I needed to watch at this point in my life from the opening ten minutes. So mature in its considerations of insecurities, corporate politics, workplace romances, love it!
This movie was made for me. Godard is my favorite director and I often struggle with the question of how large a place politics should take in my life, how loyally one should live one's philosophy day to day. Ultimately is it more important to be happy or to be right? I think Jean Luc's struggle with this question is embodied in his filmic evolution and his gradual shift to a radical cinema that would ultimately alienate the vast majority…