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Anna Karina & Jean Luc Godard

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Anna Karina & Jean Luc Godard

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Picasso’s Magic Lantern by Jacques Prévert

This poem, by French surrealist poet Jacques Prévert, is one of the many works referenced in Pierrot le fou.

All the eyes of a woman in one picture
The loved one’s fate-tracked features under a still flower of sordid painted paper
The white weed of murder in a forest of chairs
A cardboard beggar disembowelled on a marble table
The ashes of a cigar on a station platform
The portrait of a portrait
The mystery of a child
The undeniable splendor of a kitchen sideboard
The immediate beauty of a rag in the wind
The mad terror of the trap in the eye of a bird
The absurd whinnying of a gored horse
The impossible music of a mule in bell harness
The bull put to death crowned with hats
A sleeping redhead’s forever-changing leg and the very big ear of the least of her worries
Perpetual movement caught by a hand
The immense stone statue of a grain of sea salt
The joy of every day and the uncertainty of dying and the iron of love in the wound of a smile

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Two in the Wave (Trailer)

An in-depth analysis of the relationship between New Wave pioneers François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard, as seen through rare archival footage, interviews, and film excerpts — written by former Cahiers du Cinéma editor Antoine de Baecque and directed by Emmanuel Laurent.

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peggymoffitt:

Anna Karina & Jean Luc Godard

peggymoffitt:

Anna Karina & Jean Luc Godard

(Source: )

Picasso’s Magic Lantern by Jacques Prévert

This poem, by French surrealist poet Jacques Prévert, is one of the many works referenced in Pierrot le fou.

All the eyes of a woman in one picture
The loved one’s fate-tracked features under a still flower of sordid painted paper
The white weed of murder in a forest of chairs
A cardboard beggar disembowelled on a marble table
The ashes of a cigar on a station platform
The portrait of a portrait
The mystery of a child
The undeniable splendor of a kitchen sideboard
The immediate beauty of a rag in the wind
The mad terror of the trap in the eye of a bird
The absurd whinnying of a gored horse
The impossible music of a mule in bell harness
The bull put to death crowned with hats
A sleeping redhead’s forever-changing leg and the very big ear of the least of her worries
Perpetual movement caught by a hand
The immense stone statue of a grain of sea salt
The joy of every day and the uncertainty of dying and the iron of love in the wound of a smile

Read More

Two in the Wave (Trailer)

An in-depth analysis of the relationship between New Wave pioneers François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard, as seen through rare archival footage, interviews, and film excerpts — written by former Cahiers du Cinéma editor Antoine de Baecque and directed by Emmanuel Laurent.

Picasso’s Magic Lantern by Jacques Prévert

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