Films byTexts by 1963
Edmond Bernhard, 1963, 22’

“Dimanche was supposed to be a didactic film, intended to evoke the problem of leisure. Bernhard diverts the order and outwits the trap of the ‘thematic’ film.

Jean-Luc Godard, 1963, 102’

“When I think about it, Le mépris, seems to me, beyond its psychological study of a woman who despises her husband, the story of castaways of the Western world, survivors of the shipwreck of modernity who, like the heroes of Verne and Stevenson, one day reach a mysterious deserted island