[rohrpost] So. 18.2. 21 Uhr: Un film comme les autres (Jean-Luc
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sebastian at rolux.org
Don Feb 15 08:37:46 CET 2007
Sunday, February 18, 9 pm
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Un film comme les autres (A Film Like Any Other)
Jean-Luc Godard, 1968, 110 min, 699 MB
English + French + in color
Copies to go
Websites der Woche
Noch bevor es, man hört ihn schon kommen, zum dreissigsten Mal Deutscher Herbst
wird, jährt sich zum neunten Mal das Erscheinen der Sondernummer der Cahiers du
cinéma zu 30 Jahren Mai 68, in der einer Reihe von Filmemachern und Kritikern
eine Reihe von Fragen aufgegeben wurden, deren interessanteste, ob es nämlich
einen Film gebe, in dem der Mai 68, so paradox das auch wäre, aufgehoben sei,
ungefähr die Hälfte der Befragten mit dem Lob eines Godardfilms beantworteten,
den nun wirklich, denn an den Titel hätte sich jeder erinnern können, noch
niemand je gesehen hatte - so dass bloss die Zeitschrift in Erinnerung blieb.
Internet sei Dank ist es uns mittlerweile gelungen, den Film zu beschaffen, und
so können wir am Sonntag zu einem Doppelsuperlativ, seltenster Godardfilm und
bester Film über den Mai 68, einladen, womit zugleich unsere Reihe "Besonders
populäre und besonders unpopuläre Klassiker des politischen Propagandafilms" aus
Saison Eins fortgesetzt wäre, wenn auch, siehe unten, am unpopulären Pol dieser
Skala, weswegen wir zum bloss beim Brennen ein Bier trinken genauso herzlich
einladen wie zum endlich in gross, in laut, in voller Länge, in Gesellschaft, in
Englisch, in Französisch und in Farbe einen Film wie all die anderen sehen.
Den einzigen Film, der sonst noch mehrfach in den Cahiers genannt wurde, zeigen
wir, als Bonus-Track zum Dictionary of War, am folgenden Sonntag. Und unseren
beiden Lieblingswebsites der Woche, denn es kommt selten genug vor, dass wir
welche haben, geschweige denn gleichzeitig zwei, gelten die Hinweise ganz unten.
This is my fresh rip of one of the rarest of Godard films, Un Film Comme Les
Autres, from the Living Archieves VHS. Let me warn beforehand, this film is
absolutely not everybody's cup of coffee. There are a lot of legends surrounding
this film. The first quote below is from imdb while the second one is from Roud,
and the third one is from Elshaw. I suggest everybody to read them carefully and
then decide whether to get this or not. With its simultaneous French and English
narration and lack of subtitles, this is the single Godard film i couldn't watch
till the end; if you can understand English and French clearly, and have a
genuine interest in Marxist politics and the problems of the student and workers
movements during May riots, and if you are accustomed to watching experimental
cinema, this film is surely for you, unfortunately i don't qualify.
When the film was sent to New York City's Lincoln Center for its premiere,
co-director Jean-Luc Godard included a note in the film canisters instructing
the projectionist to "flip a coin" to determine in which order the film's two
reels would be shown.
Legend has it that there is only one shot in the whole two-hour film, but this
is not true. Nor is it true that the camera never moves; there are a few lateral
pans now and then... Legend again has it that the whole film consists of views
of tall grass, while on the soundtrack one can hear the discussion of the people
hidden by the grass; again, this is not quite true, for we often see the bodies
of the group, the man's polka-dot shirt, a girl's hair, her red and green
peppermint-striped blouse, and once in a while we even see a face or two. This,
reportedly, was pure accident. Legend again has it that Godard was not there
during much of the shooting and so was unable to assure that none of the faces
would be seen. The truth of this I have not been able to establish.
Coming just one month after the controversial premiere of One Plus One in
London, the premiere of Un Film Comme Les Autres in New York was perhaps the
most controversial of Godard's films in its reception by the public in 1968. The
English audio translation of the dialogue for the film was synchronised with the
French dialogue, creating a confusing melange of audio that rendered both
languages indecipherable. At several stages during the premiere, the audience
reacted with outbursts including demands for their money back. The
representative for the film's U.S. distributors (Leacock-Pennebaker) was David
McMillan, who defended the version of the screened film, and apparently
attempted to soothe the audience. Possibly sensing a near riot, the Philharmonic
Hall house manager attempted to tell the audience that refunds would in all
likelihood be given, but McMillan countered by threatening the house manager
with legal action if admission charges were refunded. McMillan's compromise was
to promise the patrons admittance to a subsequent screening that would include
subtitling if they kept their ticket stubs. What began as an audience of one
thousand expectant patrons at the beginning of the screening, barely totalled
one hundred after an exodus en masse at the end of the first reel.
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