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Cinema, homage to Jean-Luc Godard at Stensen
From Wednesday the restored film “Until the last breath”, a manifesto of the Nouvelle Vague
The Stensen Foundation pays homage to Jean-Luc Godard, the director of the Nouvelle Vague, who died in recent days at the age of 91, resorting to assisted suicide in Switzerland, one of the directors who most influenced French cinema.
From Wednesday 23 September to Sunday 27 September , the restored version of "Fino Ultimo breath" (France 1960, 90 ') will be screened in the original version with Italian subtitles. (Hours: 23 September at 5 pm; Saturday 24 at 7 pm; Tuesday 27 at 9 pm, admission 8 euros, reduced 6 euros).
The film, considered the manifesto of the Nouvelle Vague, is the story of Michel Poiccard (Jean-Paul Belmondo) who steals a car in Marseille and then kills a policeman who was chasing him. He arrives in Paris and sees Patricia (Jean Seberg), an American student with whom he is in love and with whom he would like to share his reckless life. Meanwhile, the police are chasing him and he realizes that they are after him after his photo appears on France Soir . He thus tries to escape and take the girl with him to Italy.
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