Pierrot le Fou (New Restoration!)

 

 

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Pierrot Le Fou

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2/10/2016 - 10:15PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot Le Fou

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2/10/2016 - 10:05PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Pierrot Le Fou

pierrot1_480_309
2/10/2016 - 10:05PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Pierrot Le Fou

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2/9/2016 - 10:30PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot Le Fou

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2/8/2016 - 10:15PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/28)

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1/28/2016 - 10:30PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/27)

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1/27/2016 - 10:15PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

Join us for pre-show tunes from DJ Eric Penna of Trabants!

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/27)

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1/27/2016 - 7:30PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

Join us for pre-show tunes from DJ Eric Penna of Trabants!

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/26)

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1/26/2016 - 10:15PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/26)

pierrot1_480_309
1/26/2016 - 7:30PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/25)

pierrot7_480_309
1/25/2016 - 10:15PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/25)

pierrot6_480_309
1/25/2016 - 7:30PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/24)

pierrot5_480_309
1/24/2016 - 10:15PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/24)

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1/24/2016 - 4:45PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/23)

pierrot3_480_309
1/23/2016 - 9:45PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

Pierrot le Fou (1/22)

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1/22/2016 - 10:15PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse

“Tendre et cruel… réel et suréel… terrifiant et marrant…” drones the enigmatic Jean-Paul Belmondo, quoting lines from Jacques Prévert in one of Pierrot Le Fou’s many referential gestures. Jean-Luc Godard’s seductive and unwieldy early-career prismatic masterpiece—presented in a dazzling new restoration—is as beguiling a road film as ever.

Belmondo and Anna Karina are a delightfully foolhardy pair, as unpredictable and decadent as their getaway cars and the blue of the Mediterranean sea, as they flee Paris like a crime scene (and perhaps it is) to traipse around the French Riviera, in a narrative that plays alternately as comedy, drama, and sentimental love story, with a touch of an inscrutable energy most precisely articulated by Renata Adler as “gentle lunacy” (NYT). New 4K restoration by Rialto Pictures.

Dir. Jean-Luc Godard, 1965, DCP, 110 min.

Watch the trailer!

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