TOUT VA BIEN

1972 95 m. FRANCE Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Gorin

May 68 Events

MAY 68 EVENTS

 

 

 

 

 

Production
Anouchka Films [fr], Vieco films [fr], Empire films

Director
Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Gorin

Screenwriter
Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Gorin

Producer
Jacques Dorfmann, Jean-Pierre Rassam

Cast
Yves Montand, Jane Fonda, Vittorio Caprioli, Elizabeth Chauvin, Castel Casti, Anne Wiazemsky

Synopsis
Suzanne, an American correspondent in France, and her husband Jacques, a former avant-garde film director turned commercial, get involved in a strike staged by workers at a factory. Their martial crisis matches the social and political crisis left in the aftermath of the May 1968 events. Through a gaze that distances the performers from their characters, Godard depicts the pervasiveness of class warfare in all aspects of society and cinema.

Format
DCP, color

International Sales
Sales Gaumont

Filmography
Jean-Luc Godard
FRANCE, 1930

SELECTED FILMOGRAPHY:

2014 ADIEU AU LANGAGE / GOODBYE TO LANGUAGE
1985 JE VOUS SALUE, MARIE / HAIL MARY
1967 WEEK END
1963 LE MÉPRIS / CONTEMP
1962 VIVRE SA VIE / VIVIR SU VIDA
1960 À BOUT DE SOUFFLE / BREATHLESS


Jean-Pierre Gorin
FRANCE, 1943

SELECTED FILMOGRAPHY:

1992 MY CRASSY LIFE
1986 ROUTINE PLEASURE
1980 POTO AND CABENGO
1972 ICI ET AILLEURS / HERE AND ELSEWHERE
1972 TOUT VA BIEN/ TODO VA BIEN

Notes
Festivals: Berlin

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