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Director: Jean-Luc Godard. Starring: Odile, Arthur, Franz and others. Four years after Breathless, Jean-Luc Godard reimagined the gangster film even more radically with Band of Outsiders (Bande à part).

Director: Jean-Luc Godard. In it, two restless young men (Sami Frey and Claude Brasseur) enlist the object of both of their fancies (Anna Karina) to help them commit a robbery-in her own home.

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The Criterion Collection. Anna Karina (Actor), Claude Brasseur (Actor), Jean Luc Godard (Director) & 0 more Rated: NR. Format: Blu-ray. For Godard, "Band of Outsiders" gave the filmmaker a chance to try something different and whether or not he succeeded or failed depends on the viewer as the film today is seen as one of Godard's best, but at the time of screening at various film festivals, the film infuriated audiences and also previous Godard defenders, film critics who had problems with.

Bande à part (French pronunciation: ) is a 1964 French New Wave film directed by Jean-Luc Godard

Bande à part (French pronunciation: ) is a 1964 French New Wave film directed by Jean-Luc Godard. It was released as Band of Outsiders in North America; its French title derives from the phrase faire bande à part, which means "to do something apart from the group". The film is about three people who commit a robbery.

Anna Karina as Odile in Band of Outsiders (dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1964) . Columbia Pictures/Photofest). To Pauline Kael, Jean-Luc Godard’s Band of Outsiders triumphantly epitomizes what happens when a French poet retells an American crime novel. in terms of the romance and beauty he read between the lines. It’s easy to see what she’s talking about. Fools’ Gold, Dolores Hitchens’s tale of a trio of inept novice criminals, is dark, tense, and claustrophobic. Still, in comparing the 1958 book to the 1964 film, it’s clear that Godard creates his seductive atmosphere by respecting the lines while he reads between them. Skip’s teeth gleamed as he smiled.

Directed by Jean-Luc Godard. Staring Sami Frey, Claude Brasseur and Anna Karina. Four years after Breathless, Jean-Luc Godard reimagined the gangster film even more radically with Band of Outsiders (Bande A Part). In it, two restless young men (Sami Frey and Claude Brasseur) enlist the object of both of their fancies (Anna Karina) to help them commit a robbery - in her own home. With Anna Karina, Claude Brasseur, Danièle Girard, Louisa Colpeyn. Director: Jean-Luc Godard (as Cinéma). Writer: Dolores Hitchens (novel).

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Anna Karina Claude Brasseur Sami Frey Danièle Girard Louisa Colpeyn Chantal Darget Georges Staquet Ernest Menzer Jean-Claude Rémoleux. Jean-Luc Godard Dolores Hitchens Robert Hichens. Jean-Luc Godard en esta película transmite al cine francés la típica historia de cine negro hollywoodiense pero dándole su toque personal a la cinta. Tiene escenas memorables, como el baile en el bar o su carrera en el museo. La trama es sencilla, 2 jóvenes intentan convencer a una joven estudiante de idiomas a cometer un robo. The Criterion Collection is a video distribution company that sell.

The 75-year-old actress was in town promoting the restoration of Jean-Luc Godard’s 1964 film Band of Outsiders, which is screening at Film Forum until May 12. Karina made seven feature films with Godard

The 75-year-old actress was in town promoting the restoration of Jean-Luc Godard’s 1964 film Band of Outsiders, which is screening at Film Forum until May 12. Karina made seven feature films with Godard. The story goes that the director spotted Karina in a Palmolive ad and tried to cast her in Breathless, but she refused because the scene required her to undress. A few months past and Godard offered her another part, and, later, the two were married in 1961.

With Anna Karina, Claude Brasseur, Danièle Girard, Louisa Colpeyn. Band of Outsiders - Pictures, Photos & Images - IMDb. Band of Outsiders (1964) Jean-Luc Godard. Bande à Part (Band of Outsiders), Jean-Luc Godard, 1964. For a Godard film, this was pretty disappointing. Great Movies All Movies Foreign Movies Amazing Movies Moving Pictures Martin Scorsese Stanley Kubrick Alfred Hitchcock Cinematography.

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Mavivasa
Jean-Luc Godard, one of the French New Wave Cinema pioneers, bends and breaks the traditional rules of cinema in Band of Outsiders as he sends forth his vision. The vision is of two men and a woman planning a robbery of a large sum of money. The planning itself is a fruitless accomplishment as the three characters diverge cognitively, and instead end up entertaining their thoughts and egos. Nevertheless, they are certain about setting their plan into action. Occasionally, it seems as if Godard has lost it, but there is always a designed thought behind each action and scene. Throughout the film Godard uses quotes from books, films, and music of his choosing, which colors the personalities of the characters. These characters are what creates the cinematic experience together with Godard's rebellious directing and the groundbreaking cinematography. In the end, this film is one of many that adds to the plethora of progressive cinematic art that film enthusiasts can enjoy today.
Fiarynara
I love tjhis so much ' I can only say make sure you have enough change for the jukebox . And the glory of Sami Frey's hat . And the narrative poetry .
Bluecliff
More like Truffaut than Godard's usual bull. Has an actual story, with cute sequences. Enjoyable to watch.
Barinirm
yay!
Marilore
Love this movie and director arrived in great condition
Kerahuginn
“Bande à part" means ‘Band of outsiders’ and was made in earthy black and white in 1964. It has been hailed as a masterpiece and Quentin Tarrantino lists it as one of his faves – naming his production company after this film.

It centres around three people Franz, Arthur and Odile. They meet whilst learning English and Odile is a spirited thing, who lets on that she is living with a wealthy family in Joinville and loads of cash is kept lying about the place. They are a tad short on liquid assets but make up for it in manufactured charm and schoolboy enthusiasm for all things American – especially gangsters. So they persuade her to help them with the foreseeable heist.

Now that is simple but it is the detail and the acting that make this a stand out. There is a famous dance scene in this which seems impromptu but must have taken an eon of planning and to say it is both captivating and charming is well below the plaudits it deserves.

The acting can be very physical too at times and borders on the comedic, but it is all these things that are anything but ‘run of the mill’ that make this film so enchanting. I had to watch it twice to really appreciate it but this is one that I was truly glad I did. I don’t always agree with Mr Tarantino on his choice of films but in this particular occasion we are happily in concurrence.
great ant
Godard made this film after the high production values of Le Mepris.You feel he's unwinding,having a good time.A tribute to Hollywood pulp crime movies of the 40s and the love affair with his wife,Anna Karina.The plot is taken from Fool's Gold,a crime novel,by Dolores Hitchens.Godard uses a basic plot,Odile meets Franz(Frey)in an English language class and with his friend,Arthur(Brasseur),forming a semi-love triangle,embark on a plan to rob her aunt of some laundered cash in a cupboard.This is at least up there with Breathless and Pierre Le Fou.There is no narrative.There is a string of inconsequential set-pieces,sly cross-references,literary allusions and quotations.

These range from Rimbaud,Kafka,Poe,Novalis,Shakespeare,Jack London,Aragon and Queneau.Arthur and Franz act out the shooting of Billy the Kid by Pat Garrett,prior to their inept criminal adventure.This is a suburban western, replete with suburban boredom and banality.The men's stamping ground is drab streets,dingy cafes and builders' yards on the city's outskirts,along the Marne,in pre-war type settings.Their car is another character,driving round in circles,expressing their freedom and ebullience.Misfits even with each other,they remain isolated and

self-absorbed.'Isn't it strange',Franz muses.'how people never form a whole?'Even in the iconic Madison dance sequence, and the 9 minute record-breaking run through the Louvre, though in sync,their disconnection is their cool.The men read out from newspapers about local petty murders,crimes,world news on a riverbank.Karina,Godard's muse,has never been better,gauche,naïve,giddy and starry-eyed, drifting helplessly between the two men,making love with her eyes.Godard at his most experimental,plays with the conventions of cinema,with voice-over narrations, commenting upon the character's thoughts;mocking the banality of the story:'the robbery must wait until nightfall,

thus respecting the tradition of bad B-pictures'.Godard charms us breaking all the rules of cinema,eg,observing a minute's silence by cutting off the soundtrack,speaking to camera,letting you know you're watching a film,mingling real deaths with fake deaths.Under the comedy is a painful sense of suburban drabness and boredom, unemployment, frustration, and disillusionment -- reflected in Raoul Coutard's superb capturing of overcast weather and polluted river vistas in varying shades of grey, as well as in the sad and wistful waltzes of Michel Legrand's score.Summarising for 'latecomers':"a pile of money, a home by the river, a romantic girl."Godard keeps us in touch with his process.