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A Film Composed by Jean-Luc Godard

With Isabelle Huppert, Jacques Dutronc and Nathalie Baye

Screenplay: Jean-Claude Carrière & Anne-Marie Miéville
Photography: William Lubtchansky & Renato Berta
Music: Gabriel Yared
Editing: Anne-Marie Miéville & Jean-Luc Godard
Producer: Alain Sarde & Jean-Luc Godard
Associate Producer: Marin Karmitz


"Isabelle Huppert Will Not Be Defined"
– Melissa Anderson, Village Voice

“A masterpiece of contemporary aimlessness in furious motion.  Every image is suffused with such elegant and exquisite insights into what makes the medium interact with its material that the total effect is intoxicating.”
– Andrew Sarris, The Village Voice

“Godard's brilliant new comedy...a stunning, original work... breathtakingly beautiful and often very funny... I trust it will outlive us all.” 
– Vincent Canby, The New York Times

“The latest lovely, desperate film by one of the most brilliant filmmakers alive...should be seen by everyone interested in movies or in life, without hesitation or delay.” 
– Jonathan Rosenbaum, The Soho Times

Manohla Dargis, "Even After 30 Years, the Film of the Moment," New York Times, Nov 11, 2010.

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An extensive resource page, including links to articles, essays, reviews, interviews and production stills, is available here: www.everymanforhimselffilm.info

Theatrical posters are available for sale.
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I drove her to the beach that day. It was a weekday and not yet summer so things were splendidly deserted. Beach bums in rags slept on the lawns above the sand. Others sat on stone benches sharing a lone bottle. The gulls whirled about, mindless yet distracted. Old ladies in their 70's and 80's sat on the benches and discussed selling real estate left behind by husbands long ago killed by the pace and stupidity of survival. For it all, there was peace in the air and we walked about and stretched on the lawns and didn't say much. It simply felt good being together. I bought a couple of sandwiches, some chips and drinks and we sat on the sand eating. Then I held Cass and we slept together about an hour. It was somehow better than lovemaking. There was flowing together without tension. When we awakened we drove back to my place and I cooked a dinner. After dinner I suggested to Cass that we shack together. She waited a long time, looking at me, then she slowly said, "No."

- excerpt from the story The Most Beautiful Woman in Town by Charles Bukowski

Screenings
There are no screenings scheduled at this time.
Recent Screenings
Cinestudio, Hartford, CT
Eastman House, Rochester, NY
Webster University Film Series, St. Louis
Cornell Cinema, Ithaca, NY
Union Cinema, Milwaukee, WI
Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Ok. City
UNM Southwest Film Center, Albuquerque
LACMA, Los Angeles
AFI Silver, Silver Spring
Pacific Cinematheque, Vancouver
Red Vic, San Francisco
International Film Series, Boulder
Avon Theatre, Stamford
Harris Theater, Pittsburgh
Wexner Center, Columbus
Siskel Film Center, Chicago
Cleveland Cinematheque
Northwest Film Forum, Seattle
Film Forum, New York
International House, Philadelphia
Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley
Northwest Film Center, Portland