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Godard talks about the music of filmmaking

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / December 28, 2004

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Jean-Luc Godard is one of the great, irreplaceable figures in film history. The French New Wave is unthinkable without him, and such films as "Breathless," "Alphaville," and "Pierrot le Fou" helped define the sensibility of the '60s. At 74, Godard continues to direct. His latest film, "Notre Musique," is set at a writers' conference in Sarajevo. Its protagonist is a ... (Full article: 1815 words)

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