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Anna Karina as Nana in Vivre sa vie Cinema
There is a matching of attitude and - to a lesser extent - shot scale between the film being watched and the film of the person watching.
Nana: Why must one talk? Often one shouldn't talk, but live in silence. The more one talks, the less the words mean. ― Vivre Sa Vie
Vivre sa Vie...Nana (Anna Karina)..1962
Spousal support: Godard's wife Anna Karina as Nana in Vivre sa vie.
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Original Film Title: VIVRE SA VIE: FILM EN DOUZE TABLEAUX. English Title:
Vivre sa vie (1962)
Anna Karina (Nana), Brice Parain (The philosopher), Sady Rebbot (Raoul), André S. Labarthe (Paul). Screenplay by Jean-Luc Godard.
Throughout Godard's films, the names of cigarettes express personal and cultural differences. In Vivre sa vie, Karina as Nana smokes Gitanes.
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Episode 11 bevat het cafégesprek dat de hoofdpersoon Nana (Anna Karina) voert met taalfilosoof Brice Parain. Nana is prostituée geworden en probeert een ...
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Anna Karina as Nana in "Vivre sa vie" (1962). Director: Jean-Luc Godard.
As a series of vignettes, Vivre Sa Vie, explores the hopes and the subsequent decline of Nana (Anna Karina).
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Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux, to give the film its full title, tells the story of Nana Kleinfrankenheim (Anna Karina), a single mother working in a ...
Nana is far from a role model, in the conventional sense at least. However, Godard doesn't set out to make Nana the archetype of a “good” woman or the voice ...
For many of us, the frame grabs above describe the film's standout scene. In a quiet cinema, Nana watches Carl Dreyer's masterpiece silent film The Passion ...
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After the film, Nana ditches her date, whom she's apparently just hustled for the admission price to the movie, and goes to meet another man at a café.
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'Vivre Sa Vie'DEEP INTO Vivre Sa Vie, Jean-Luc Godard's 1962 feature, Nana (Anna Karina), a young woman who has turned to prostitution, engages in a long ...
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Even the filming of Paris itself oscillates between Romanticism and a brute naturalism. At moments, the camera whizzes through the Paris streets as if ...
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Many of us are nostalgic for the record shops of our youth, though few of us were ever served by Anna Karina. The film's later dance scene may be more ...
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Famously, Nana goes to the cinema. The film she sees is Dreyer's La Passion de Jeanne d'Arc (1928), a silent film which she watches in silence, ...
Nana's life takes two important turns in the movie, both precipitated by cinema. One happens early on when she goes to the movies to see Carl Th. Dreyer's ...
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Anna Karina's verschijning draagt de film, die is opgebouwd uit verschillende segmenten ingeleid door een titel. Ze vertellen het verhaal van Nana.
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Recém-separada, Nana (Anna Karina) trabalha em uma loja de discos e sonha em ser atriz. Despejada por não pagar o aluguel de seu apartamento, ela passa a se ...
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Marilyn Monroe is evoked as object of the gaze in a later film-going scene, when the characters of Masculin-Féminin (1966) are in a cinema in Montparnasse.
Vivre Sa Vie 13. Nana gets into an earnest discussion with a philosopher (played by Brice Parain, Godard's former philosophy tutor), about the limits of ...
Anna Karina dances to Michel Legrand's 'Swing! Swing! Swing!' in “Vivre sa vie : film en douze tableaux,” by Jean-Luc Godard.1962
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