In Praise of Love


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PrintBrody Presents Godard

In Praise of Love

  1. Friday, November 8, 2013 9:30 p.m.
Image from the movie In Praise of Love
In Praise of Love speculates that artists – like lovers and like heroes – rarely find balance between youth and old age, and asserts the importance of love, art, and memory in a world dominated by state power, commercialism, and amnesia. Structured in two parts, the film opens in Paris, where a young artist is developing a project on the nature of love. In the second part (set two years earlier) the artist journeys to Brittany to interview two Resistance veterans, only to find that their memories are being bought up for a Steven Spielberg blockbuster. In French language with English subtitles. (35mm Presentation)

Richard Brody is scheduled to introduce.