N.p. N.p., Circa 1967. Vintage reference photograph of director Jean-Luc Godard on the set of the 1967 film, with actors Jean Yanne, Jean-Pierre Leaud, and Mireille Darc. Mimeo snipe affixed to the verso with celo tape from the Institute of Contemporary Arts Cinema for a July 5, 1968 showing, with annotations of actors names in holograph ink.
In one of Godard's most misanthropic films, a loveless bourgeois couple, Corinne (Darc) and Roland (Yanne), fantasize about killing each other when they aren't cheating on the other. They ponder these matters as they take a nearly never-ending, nightmarish road trip to visit Corinne's parents, intent on securing an inheritance, resolved to murder if necessary.
Shot on location in Ile de France and Paris.
8 x 10 inches with wide horizontal margins. Light curling, else Near Fine.
Criterion Collection 635. Rosenbaum 1000. Godard, Histoire(s) du cinema. Vogel, Film as a Subversive Art.