Films byTexts by Jean Eustache
The Mother and the Whore
Jean Eustache, 1973, 217’

“The audience was with him once, when he made the most beautiful French film of the decade, The Mother and the Whore. Without him, we would have no face to set to the memory of the lost children of May '68: lost, already aging, talkative and old-fashioned.

Jean Eustache, 1974, 123’

Ô mes petites amoureuses,
Que je vous hais!
Plaquez de fouffes douloureuses
Vos tétons laids!

Arthur Rimbaud, ‘Mes petites amoureuses’, 1871