Hiroshima Mon Amour

'In my film, time is shattered', says Resnais of his first full-length fictional film Hiroshima Mon Amour. I don't think this statement is as true of this film as it is of Last year at Marienbad (where time seems to explode and be everywhere), but time does fold on itself in this poignant film of … Continue reading Hiroshima Mon Amour

Vivre Sa Vie

My introduction to Godard is fairly recent. I have only in the last three weeks begun to watch his films, and have been both intrigued and a little puzzled by his stylistic approach to film-making. Not withstanding my confusion over his films in general, I found watching Vivre Sa Vie an absolute delight. Even in … Continue reading Vivre Sa Vie