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Wednesday, September 27

Happy 60th anniversary to one of Godard’s greatest films! We love seeing Fritz Lang playing himself, Godard playing Fritz’s assistant, and Brigitte Bardot getting top-billing as a wife who finds herself in a transactional love triangle. As the title suggests, an unraveling ensues between relationships, but in the most asthetically pleasing manner. (dir. Godard, France, 1963, 101 min)

“Maybe we need Contempt because it’s one of the few movies of the anxious past half-century that seems equally at home with history and modernity. It might once have looked conventional, but its audacity, we now see, is breathtaking.” – The New York Times