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Vivre sa vie

Jean-Luc Godard / FR, 1962 / 80 min.

In twelve chapters we follow an aspiring actress, played by Godard’s muse Anna Karina, as she descends into prostitution. To Live One's Life is the third of seven films in which Godard and Karina collaborated and a celebration of her beauty. This turning point in Godard’s oeuvre won the Special Jury Prize at Venice and has reached the status of a classic.

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Director

Jean-Luc Godard

Production year

1962

Country

FR

Original title

Vivre sa vie

Length

80 min.

Subtitles

NLD

Format

DCP

Part of

Eye Classics

Eye’s collection includes a wealth of classics. We screen them regularly, in various programmes. Eye now brings film history even closer with its new series Eye Classics: three classics a week, chosen by Eye's programmers. On the big screen, screened in 35mm whenever possible.

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