Paris, 1967. Jean-Luc Godard, leader of the French New Wave and the director who changed the language of film itself, is filming "La chinoise." He is madly in love with his leading actress, Anne Wiazemsky, who is 20 years his junior. They're happy together and get legally married. The scandalous premiere that immediately followed and the youth revolution that sparked up in May 1968 drag this uncompromising protagonist into the depths of revolution...
An ambitious, clever biopic about the great French director, filmed by Michel Hazanavicius (the mind behind the sensational "The Artist"). A balding Louis Garrel plays a slightly-comic Godard; Stacy Martin, of "Nymphomaniac" fame, plays Anne Wiazemsky.
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