Paris: Concordia Compagnia Cinematografica, 1967. Four vintage borderless reference photographs from the set of the 1967 film. Studio rubber stamp on the verso. One of the photos features Marina Vlady sharing a cigarette with Roger Montsoret. Based on a 1966 article on casual prostitution in France by Catherine Viminet.
One of three feature films Godard released in 1967, and like both "Week End" and "La chinoise," one that showcases Godard’s increasing focus on deconstructing filmic narrative and structure, and vocalization of leftist political ideas.
Godard has stated that his overall desire with the film was “to include everything: sports, politics, even groceries” to make “an attempt at description of a phenomenon known... as a complex.”
5 x 7 inches (13 x 18 cm). Fine condition.
Criterion Collection 482. Rosenbaum 1000. Vogel, Film as a Subversive Art.