France Goes POP!

Co-presented by Cinespia

 

POP! ZOOM! WOW! Serge Gainsbourg! Anna Karina! Jane Birkin!  To be in France in the ‘60s and ‘70s was to be in one of the of the coolest places on earth, during one of the most pivotal cultural eras of the 20th century, accompanied by the most killer soundtrack ever conceived.   ZAP! BANG! WHOOSH! The Cinefamily and Cinespia present France Goes POP!: a film series celebrating this golden era of super-fun French fashion, tunes, art, architecture and a brilliant whirlwind of cutting-edge filmmaking — all tied together with by a funky backbeat and a wispy ribbon of cigarette smoke.  The line-up is amazing, starting Friday, August 5th with the Gainsbourg-directed Je T’Aime Moi Non Plus, along with DJs every night, a live appearance by Jean-Claude Vannier (French pop’s most famous arranger, appearing with Beck, Sean Lennon, Mike Patton, and more at the Hollywood Bowl on the Serge Gainsbourg Tribute on Sunday, August 28!  Go to http://hollywoodbowl.com/serge for tickets and more info!), rare TV commercials and musical specials, and the U.S. premieres of both the Gainsbourg bio-pic A Heroic Life, and the French documentary Gainsbourg And His Girls. SHA-ZZZZZZZZAM!

 

Watch our trailer for “France Goes Pop”!

Gainsbourg And His Girls (09/02, 10:00pm)

An essential doc look at the seductive provocateur!
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9/2/2011 - 10PM

The Captain had Tennille, Buckingham had Nicks — and Gainsbourg had Birkin, Bardot, Deneuve, Karina, Hardy, Gall, Greco, Adjani, Faithfull, Paradis, Barbara, Bambou, Dalida, etc. The CD collection of people who have sung the songs of Serge over the years could comprise a whopping 4-disc set of 98 tracks, with easily over 90% of them by women. Gainsbourg’s been called a scoundrel, pervert and misogynist, yet female singers in France felt it a seminal moment in their career to sing a song penned by the rogue. For the breezy, hip-shaking feature documentary Gainsbourg And His Girls, filmmakers Didier Varrod and Pascal Forner raided the archives of INA (Institute Nationale Audio-Visuel), where pretty much all of nationally-owned French TV from the early ‘60s and onwards is held. And boy, was nationally-owned French TV ever cool! Comprised entirely of luxurious file footage, the interviews of Serge throughout his career in display are substantive, and at times conducted by other artists like Françoise Hardy or Jane Birkin. This is an essential deep look at the artist who most Americans only know of through his sly, seductive provocateur mask. Join us for the L.A. premiere of this fantastic new documentary!
Dirs. Didier Varrod & Pascal Forneri, 2010, digital presentation, 105 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for “Gainsbourg And His Girls”!

Gainsbourg And His Girls (09/01, 10:00pm)

An essential doc look at the seductive provocateur!
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9/1/2011 - 10PM

The Captain had Tennille, Buckingham had Nicks — and Gainsbourg had Birkin, Bardot, Deneuve, Karina, Hardy, Gall, Greco, Adjani, Faithfull, Paradis, Barbara, Bambou, Dalida, etc. The CD collection of people who have sung the songs of Serge over the years could comprise a whopping 4-disc set of 98 tracks, with easily over 90% of them by women. Gainsbourg’s been called a scoundrel, pervert and misogynist, yet female singers in France felt it a seminal moment in their career to sing a song penned by the rogue. For the breezy, hip-shaking feature documentary Gainsbourg And His Girls, filmmakers Didier Varrod and Pascal Forner raided the archives of INA (Institute Nationale Audio-Visuel), where pretty much all of nationally-owned French TV from the early ‘60s and onwards is held. And boy, was nationally-owned French TV ever cool! Comprised entirely of luxurious file footage, the interviews of Serge throughout his career in display are substantive, and at times conducted by other artists like Françoise Hardy or Jane Birkin. This is an essential deep look at the artist who most Americans only know of through his sly, seductive provocateur mask. Join us for the L.A. premiere of this fantastic new documentary!
Dirs. Didier Varrod & Pascal Forneri, 2010, digital presentation, 105 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for “Gainsbourg And His Girls”!

Gainsbourg And His Girls (09/01, 07:30pm)

An essential doc look at the seductive provocateur!
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9/1/2011 - 7:30PM

The Captain had Tennille, Buckingham had Nicks — and Gainsbourg had Birkin, Bardot, Deneuve, Karina, Hardy, Gall, Greco, Adjani, Faithfull, Paradis, Barbara, Bambou, Dalida, etc. The CD collection of people who have sung the songs of Serge over the years could comprise a whopping 4-disc set of 98 tracks, with easily over 90% of them by women. Gainsbourg’s been called a scoundrel, pervert and misogynist, yet female singers in France felt it a seminal moment in their career to sing a song penned by the rogue. For the breezy, hip-shaking feature documentary Gainsbourg And His Girls, filmmakers Didier Varrod and Pascal Forner raided the archives of INA (Institute Nationale Audio-Visuel), where pretty much all of nationally-owned French TV from the early ‘60s and onwards is held. And boy, was nationally-owned French TV ever cool! Comprised entirely of luxurious file footage, the interviews of Serge throughout his career in display are substantive, and at times conducted by other artists like Françoise Hardy or Jane Birkin. This is an essential deep look at the artist who most Americans only know of through his sly, seductive provocateur mask. Join us for the L.A. premiere of this fantastic new documentary!
Dirs. Didier Varrod & Pascal Forneri, 2010, digital presentation, 105 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for “Gainsbourg And His Girls”!

Gainsbourg And His Girls (08/31, 10:45pm)

An essential doc look at the seductive provocateur!
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8/31/2011 - 10:45PM

The Captain had Tennille, Buckingham had Nicks — and Gainsbourg had Birkin, Bardot, Deneuve, Karina, Hardy, Gall, Greco, Adjani, Faithfull, Paradis, Barbara, Bambou, Dalida, etc. The CD collection of people who have sung the songs of Serge over the years could comprise a whopping 4-disc set of 98 tracks, with easily over 90% of them by women. Gainsbourg’s been called a scoundrel, pervert and misogynist, yet female singers in France felt it a seminal moment in their career to sing a song penned by the rogue. For the breezy, hip-shaking feature documentary Gainsbourg And His Girls, filmmakers Didier Varrod and Pascal Forner raided the archives of INA (Institute Nationale Audio-Visuel), where pretty much all of nationally-owned French TV from the early ‘60s and onwards is held. And boy, was nationally-owned French TV ever cool! Comprised entirely of luxurious file footage, the interviews of Serge throughout his career in display are substantive, and at times conducted by other artists like Françoise Hardy or Jane Birkin. This is an essential deep look at the artist who most Americans only know of through his sly, seductive provocateur mask. Join us for the L.A. premiere of this fantastic new documentary!
Dirs. Didier Varrod & Pascal Forneri, 2010, digital presentation, 105 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for “Gainsbourg And His Girls”!

Gainsbourg And His Girls (08/30, 10:00pm)

An essential doc look at the seductive provocateur!
gainsbourgandhisgirls_newsite
8/30/2011 - 10PM

The Captain had Tennille, Buckingham had Nicks — and Gainsbourg had Birkin, Bardot, Deneuve, Karina, Hardy, Gall, Greco, Adjani, Faithfull, Paradis, Barbara, Bambou, Dalida, etc. The CD collection of people who have sung the songs of Serge over the years could comprise a whopping 4-disc set of 98 tracks, with easily over 90% of them by women. Gainsbourg’s been called a scoundrel, pervert and misogynist, yet female singers in France felt it a seminal moment in their career to sing a song penned by the rogue. For the breezy, hip-shaking feature documentary Gainsbourg And His Girls, filmmakers Didier Varrod and Pascal Forner raided the archives of INA (Institute Nationale Audio-Visuel), where pretty much all of nationally-owned French TV from the early ‘60s and onwards is held. And boy, was nationally-owned French TV ever cool! Comprised entirely of luxurious file footage, the interviews of Serge throughout his career in display are substantive, and at times conducted by other artists like Françoise Hardy or Jane Birkin. This is an essential deep look at the artist who most Americans only know of through his sly, seductive provocateur mask. Join us for the L.A. premiere of this fantastic new documentary!
Dirs. Didier Varrod & Pascal Forneri, 2010, digital presentation, 105 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for “Gainsbourg And His Girls”!

Gainsbourg And His Girls (08/30, 07:30pm)

An essential doc look at the seductive provocateur!
gainsbourgandhisgirls_newsite
8/30/2011 - 7:30PM

The Captain had Tennille, Buckingham had Nicks — and Gainsbourg had Birkin, Bardot, Deneuve, Karina, Hardy, Gall, Greco, Adjani, Faithfull, Paradis, Barbara, Bambou, Dalida, etc. The CD collection of people who have sung the songs of Serge over the years could comprise a whopping 4-disc set of 98 tracks, with easily over 90% of them by women. Gainsbourg’s been called a scoundrel, pervert and misogynist, yet female singers in France felt it a seminal moment in their career to sing a song penned by the rogue. For the breezy, hip-shaking feature documentary Gainsbourg And His Girls, filmmakers Didier Varrod and Pascal Forner raided the archives of INA (Institute Nationale Audio-Visuel), where pretty much all of nationally-owned French TV from the early ‘60s and onwards is held. And boy, was nationally-owned French TV ever cool! Comprised entirely of luxurious file footage, the interviews of Serge throughout his career in display are substantive, and at times conducted by other artists like Françoise Hardy or Jane Birkin. This is an essential deep look at the artist who most Americans only know of through his sly, seductive provocateur mask. Join us for the L.A. premiere of this fantastic new documentary!
Dirs. Didier Varrod & Pascal Forneri, 2010, digital presentation, 105 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for “Gainsbourg And His Girls”!

An Evening With Jean-Claude Vannier in person (French pop's most famous arranger!)

Live Q&A with French pop's greatest arranger!
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8/29/2011 - 8PM
Co-presented by Finders Keepers Records/B-Music

“Vannier’s string and choral arrangements have a total sense of OTHERNESS and are indeed unlike anyone else’s.” — Tim Gane, Stereolab

If you’ve ever in your life heard French pop music from the last four decades that moved you, then you’ve been touched by the genius of Jean-Claude Vannier. JCV’s not only responsible for arrangements for virtually every Gallic pop star of note (from Gainsbourg to Francoise Hardy, Michel Polnareff, Brigitte Fontaine, Jane Birkin and Gilbert Becaud, to name but a handful), but also for several startling and wholly unique albums under his own name, and countless French film and television soundtracks to boot! Jean-Claude’s done it all, has collaborated with all, knows everyone in the whole of French music — and (can you believe it?) will be with us live on the Cinefamily stage, for an in-depth Q&A moderated by Andy Votel of Finders Keepers Records that takes us on a guided tour of his impeccable career. You’ll also see clips from films Jean-Claude has scored, his early-’70s work with fashion maven Yves St. Laurent, and you’ll hear some exclusive tracks from Jean-Claude’s two new LPs on Finders Keepers. No tried-and-true music fan can go without missing this one-of-a-kind special night!

Make sure to see Jean-Claude Vannier, appearing with Beck, Sean Lennon, Mike Patton, and more at the Hollywood Bowl on the Serge Gainsbourg Tribute, Sunday, August 28! Go to http://hollywoodbowl.com/serge for tickets and information.

Watch Jean Claude Vannier’s “L’Enfant La Mouche Et Les Allumettes” accompanying the 1971 Yves Saint-Laurent fashion line!
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Gainsbourg And His Girls (08/27, 6:15pm, DIRECTOR IN PERSON!)

An essential doc look at the seductive provocateur!
gainsbourgandhisgirls_newsite
8/27/2011 - 6:15PM

The Captain had Tennille, Buckingham had Nicks — and Gainsbourg had Birkin, Bardot, Deneuve, Karina, Hardy, Gall, Greco, Adjani, Faithfull, Paradis, Barbara, Bambou, Dalida, etc. The CD collection of people who have sung the songs of Serge over the years could comprise a whopping 4-disc set of 98 tracks, with easily over 90% of them by women. Gainsbourg’s been called a scoundrel, pervert and misogynist, yet female singers in France felt it a seminal moment in their career to sing a song penned by the rogue. For the breezy, hip-shaking feature documentary Gainsbourg And His Girls, writers Didier Varrod and Pascal Forner raided the archives of INA (Institute Nationale Audio-Visuel), where pretty much all of nationally-owned French TV from the early ‘60s and onwards is held. And boy, was nationally-owned French TV ever cool! Comprised entirely of luxurious file footage, the interviews of Serge throughout his career in display are substantive, and at times conducted by other artists like Françoise Hardy or Jane Birkin. This is an essential deep look at the artist who most Americans only know of through his sly, seductive provocateur mask. Director Pascal Forneri will be here at the Cinefamily for a Q&A after the film! Join us for the L.A. premiere of this fantastic new documentary!
Dir. Pascal Forneri, 2010, digital presentation, 105 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for “Gainsbourg And His Girls”!

FREE SNEAK PREVIEW: Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life (w/ live set by Paris Loves L.A.!)

Free sneak of brand-new Gainsbourg bio-pic!
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8/26/2011 - 8PM
Co-presented by Light In The Attic Records

NOTE: This show is free (first-come, first-serve).  To help us track attendance and limit waiting line size, you must pre-register for “first-come, first-serve” admission.   One registration per person.  All current Cinefamily members get first entry.   Your registration does not guarantee you a seat.  Early arrival is highly recommended.  Doors will open 30 min. before showtime.  No one will be admitted after the film has begun.

Serge Gainsbourg’s documented antics are so colorful that a movie of his life would have to double down on the “ooh la la” to convey it properly. Thankfully, renowned comic book artist Joann Sfar’s film, based on his own bestselling graphic novel, does just that. Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life is a pastiche of the women, musical genres and historical periods in the life of Serge (Eric Elmosnino, in a César Award-winning performance) as he tries to stay relevant in the fickle world of European pop music. Sfar deftly weaves the specter of Serge’s alter ego “Gainsbarre” into the colorful, Gitanes-fueled cavalcade of French music personalities waltzing in and out of the frame — everyone from the giant music hall singer Fréhel to the explicit, Britney Spears-esque Bambou, with everyone from Boris Vian to Juliette Greco, Brigitte Bardot, France Gall and Birkin in-between. A quintessential time capsule of 1960’s Paris, Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life is a sensual delight. DJ Andy Votel will be here to spin tunes before and after the film — plus, the party features a live set by Paris Loves L.A.!

Watch the trailer for “Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life”!
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Tickets – free admission (first-come, first-serve with registration)

NOTE: This show is free (first-come, first-serve).  To help us track attendance and limit waiting line size, you must pre-register for “first-come, first-serve” admission.   One registration per person.  All current Cinefamily members get first entry.  Black Card 1-year members get +1.  Your registration does not guarantee you a seat.  Early arrival is highly recommended.  Doors will open 30 min. before showtime.  No one will be admitted after the film has begun.

Anna Karina in "Anna" + Viva Averty!

The sweetest 1960s time capsule bon-bon you’ve never seen!
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8/19/2011 - 8PM

Anna – 8:00pm
For the last 15 years, the hugely entertaining Anna was a film more known for its soundtrack then for anyone outside of France having actually viewed it — and what a soundtrack it is, featuring the combined musical efforts of Serge Gainsbourg and Michel Colombier. But this lush made-for-TV psychedelic musical (equal parts The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Blowup and Funny Face) is much more than just a vehicle for cool tunes; it’s first and foremost a playful, charming treat of hidden French film. The adorable Anna Karina (star of many Godard films, as well as others for Varda and Vadim) leads the cast as the apple of Jean-Claude Brialy’s eye, in this mad romp of color, song and jump cuts concerning an ad man who becomes obsessed with a girl who accidentally stumbles onto the set of his Parisian photo shoot, and takes his breath away. Also featuring appearances by Marianne Faithfull and Serge Gainsbourg, this hallucinatory Pop Art fairy tale is the sweetest confectionary time capsule bon-bon you’ve never seen! DJ Pink Frankenstein will be here to spin tunes before and after the films!
Dir. Pierre Koralnik, 1967, digital presentation, 87 min.

Viva Averty! – 9:45pm
A celebration of one of France’s greatest music video pioneers! Jean-Cristophe Averty is most famous for his innovative adaptation of Serge Gainsbourg’s “Histoire du Melody Nelson” — but few fans of that television special know of, much less have seen his on-the-air work from throughout the ‘60s, which utilized then-cutting-edge video technology and its attendant gear to its fullest, as well as positioned him as one of the greatest contributors to both the French pop art aesthetic and the universe of television soundstage set design. Tonight, we’ll unlock the secret vaults of Averty material to bring you highlights from his various switched-on ‘60s French TV specials, scenes from his 1970 Salvador Dali doc A Soft Self-Portrait, an a rare half-hour piece on Averty’s life and work!

Watch the Japanese trailer for “Anna”!
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Watch an excerpt from Averty’s “Histoire du Melody Nelson”!
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Jeu De Massacre + Erotissimo

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8/12/2011 - 8PM

Jeu De Massacre – 8:00pm
WOOSH! Swaths of garish color cut across the screen like a lysergic rainbow just as The Alan Brown Set smash out a title-card tune catchier than a catcher’s mitt. You’re about to be swept into a jazzy world caught between a comic book and the French countryside! Mon œil — it’s Jeu De Massacre (aka The Killing Game)! Loaded with sex appeal, groovy digs and that deliciously dry French wit, Alain Jessua’s second feature is a fabulous time that makes fun of life in every sense of the phrase. Pierre, a handsome comic-strip writer, and his artistic wife are invited to vacation in Neuchâtel, Switzerland by their biggest fan, an impossibly eccentric man-child who spends the better part of his days piloting remote control planes, ogling strippers and spending gobs of inheritance money. However, Pierre and his seductive wife are quick to capitalize on their host’s outlandish nature, turning him into a suave, pop-art, comic book criminal — a fantasy Bob is all too willing to embrace in reality. As fun and creative as they come, the film will make you exit the theater a little hipper and with a few French wise cracks that’ll keep you on the cusp of cool…for a little while at least! C’est la vie au le Cinefamily!
Dir. Alain Jessua, 1967, digital presentation, 90 min.

Erotissimo – 9:45pm-ish
Erotissimo’s Pop Art ingredients don’t just pop — they positively explode across the screen in a mirthful tumble of all the coolest and most colorful elements the height of Sixties cinema has to offer. This playful satire of the advertising age (directed by Gerard Pires, who, in addition to making both art films and action flicks, helmed hundreds of commercial spots himself) focuses on a married woman (Annie Girardot) who tries to spice up the sex life between her and her distracted husband while under a deluge of sexy movies, sexy ads on the streets, sexy consumer products, sexy intimate clothing and sex talks with her mother and female friends. Using a Hard Day’s Night-like template of silly episodic tomfoolery as a launching point, Erotissimo is a moment-by-moment, scene-by-scene feast of a film, and is a non-stop parade of eye-popping modern fashion, architecture, whirlwind proto-music video editing and a spectacular psych-funk soundtrack by William Sheller rich with thick, hip-shaking basslines.
Dir. Gérard Pirès, 1969, digital presentation, 100 min.

Watch our trailer for “Erotissimo”!

Watch the opening of “Jeu de Massacre”!
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Serge Gainsbourg's Je T'Aime Moi Non Plus (super-rare 35mm screening, 3RD LATE SHOW!)

Gainsbourg's outrageous 1976 directorial debut!
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8/9/2011 - 10:15PM

Upon its release in England, it only played in a Soho porno theater; meanwhile, François Truffaut — one of the film’s few defenders back in ‘76 — announced “Don’t bother going to see my film, see Gainsbourg’s. That is a work of art.” Starring his wife Jane Birkin and Warhol superstar Joe Dallesandro, Serge Gainsbourg’s directorial debut concept piece on the nature of love and sex goes far beyond the irony of its song-inspired title “Je t’aime…moi non plus” (it’s a call-and-response; Woman: “I love you”, Man: “Me neither.”) Whereas the original Gainsbourg-Birkin song is full of breathy, orgasmic wordplay, Je t’aime… the film is breathtakingly wordless at times, as Birkin’s boyish, sexually desperate snack bar owner and Dallesandro’s brutish gay garbage truck driver(!) navigate one of the most rocky and blackly humorous relationships in all of French cinema. It’s intellectually explicit, beautifully offensive, full of summer, trash and ass — an absolute must-see.
Dir. Serge Gainsbourg, 1976, 35mm, 89 min.

Watch an outrageous excerpt from “Je T’Aime Moi Non Plus”!
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Serge Gainsbourg's Je T'Aime Moi Non Plus (super-rare 35mm screening, 2nd show!)

Gainsbourg's outrageous 1976 directorial debut!
jetaime_newsite
8/9/2011 - 8PM

Upon its release in England, it only played in a Soho porno theater; meanwhile, François Truffaut — one of the film’s few defenders back in ‘76 — announced “Don’t bother going to see my film, see Gainsbourg’s. That is a work of art.” Starring his wife Jane Birkin and Warhol superstar Joe Dallesandro, Serge Gainsbourg’s directorial debut concept piece on the nature of love and sex goes far beyond the irony of its song-inspired title “Je t’aime…moi non plus” (it’s a call-and-response; Woman: “I love you”, Man: “Me neither.”) Whereas the original Gainsbourg-Birkin song is full of breathy, orgasmic wordplay, Je t’aime… the film is breathtakingly wordless at times, as Birkin’s boyish, sexually desperate snack bar owner and Dallesandro’s brutish gay garbage truck driver(!) navigate one of the most rocky and blackly humorous relationships in all of French cinema. It’s intellectually explicit, beautifully offensive, full of summer, trash and ass — an absolute must-see.
Dir. Serge Gainsbourg, 1976, 35mm, 89 min.

Watch an outrageous excerpt from “Je T’Aime Moi Non Plus”!
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Serge Gainsbourg's Je T'Aime Moi Non Plus (super-rare 35mm screening!)

jetaime_newsite
8/5/2011 - 8PM

Upon its release in England, it only played in a Soho porno theater; meanwhile, François Truffaut — one of the film’s few defenders back in ‘76 — announced “Don’t bother going to see my film, see Gainsbourg’s. That is a work of art.” Starring his wife Jane Birkin and Warhol superstar Joe Dallesandro, Serge Gainsbourg’s directorial debut concept piece on the nature of love and sex goes far beyond the irony of its song-inspired title “Je t’aime…moi non plus” (it’s a call-and-response; Woman: “I love you”, Man: “Me neither.”) Whereas the original Gainsbourg-Birkin song is full of breathy, orgasmic wordplay, Je t’aime… the film is breathtakingly wordless at times, as Birkin’s boyish, sexually desperate snack bar owner and Dallesandro’s brutish gay garbage truck driver(!) navigate one of the most rocky and blackly humorous relationships in all of French cinema. It’s intellectually explicit, beautifully offensive, full of summer, trash and ass — an absolute must-see. DJ David Holmes will be here to spin tunes before and after the film!
Dir. Serge Gainsbourg, 1976, 35mm, 89 min.

Watch an outrageous excerpt from “Je T’Aime Moi Non Plus”!
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