Numéro deux

Numéro deux

DVD - 2012 | French
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Godard's exploration of the modern family unit and how it suffers in the computerized, capitalistic world.
Publisher: [Saint Charles, IL] : Olive Films, c2012
Description: 1 videodisc (88 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
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ms_mustard
Mar 19, 2017

I'm at minute 35 and there has already been porn, then a Mom dancing around with her robe opening on her naked body - dancing with her young daughter and trying to get her son to pay attention, her husband talking about raping her because he was angry and then discovering that their daughter was watching........

as part of my film education I've been trying to watch all the Godard films in my library but I don't find some them either enjoyable or edifying. I don't know if I'll finish this one - maybe by fast forward. then there are 4 more....

I did watch to the end - it got much more sexually explicit and more elusive as it went on. more or less about the woman's role in the family and the father's in the factory - are you a landscape or a factory???? I'm not sure if this is a real family or actors. social commentary on the mid-70's.

I did like Hail Mary (1985) and 1960-65 were interesting.

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martyrofevil
Sep 10, 2013

I might have enjoyed this more if I wasn't falling asleep through it. Not that it's boring, it's just very tranquil for some reason. Even my cat fell asleep during it. It seemed like Godard just wanted an excuse to play around with some editing equipment but it was fine.

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