Vivre sa vie

Jean-Luc Godard (director, screenwriter)
Marcel Sacotte (novel)
Anna Karina, Sandy Rebbot, Andre S. Labarthe, Gerard Hoffman (starring)

Paris: Les Films de la Pleiade, 1962. Four vintage borderless photographs from the 1962 film. With manuscript annotations and rubber stamps on the versos.

Based in part on the nonfiction study "Ou en est la prostitution" by Marcel Sacotte, who also contributed to the screenplay. Godard’s least “intellectual” film is also one of his finest, a touching drama about a college-educated woman who drifts into prostitution out of boredom with the working world, to tragic consequences. The third of the seven highly influential films directed by Godard between 1960 and 1965 starring his then-wife and muse Anna Karina.

Shot on location in Paris.

5 x 7 inches. Near Fine.

BFI 2055. Criterion Collection 512. Ebert I.

[Book #144425]