Closing Night AFFFF 2016
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🌜CLOSING NIGHT AF FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2016 🌜
CONTEMPT by Jean-Luc Godard
7 April, 6.30pm
Cinema Paradiso, Northbridge
Jean-Luc Godard's radiant, ambiguous, melancholic “Contempt,”
53 this year, is being revived again for the closing night.
Come and enjoy French nibbles, a glass of wine with live music followed by the screening of a Classic.
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Ticket includes a glass of wine on arrival, live entertainment followed by the screening of Le Mépris - Contempt by Jean-Luc Godard
Synopsis: Opening with one of the most famous shots of the legendary Brigitte Bardot, Contempt remains a glorious experience made for the big screen. Over fifty years on from its first release, Jean-Luc Godard's film remains a touchstone for world cinema, an incandescent work of intellect and passion, and a true movie icon.
Godard self-reflexively tells the story of a screenwriter, Paul Javal (Michel Piccoli), who is working on a script of The Odyssey, directed by film giant Fritz Lang (playing himself), and sure to be a box-office bomb. Art, commerce and personal affairs clash as Paul courts favour with brash producer Jerry Prokosch (Hollywood stalwart Jack Palance), and compromises his marriage to Camille (Bardot).
Contempt remains a miraculous contemplation of the corroding effect of the film business on those who aspire to raise it to the level of great art. Godard used colour for the first time, flooding the screen with stunning compositions,and composer Georges Delerue created one of his most heartbreaking scores. This newly restored version of Contempt is not to be missed.
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