For Ever Mozart [Blu-ray] [French] [1996]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Four featurettes previously not available In the U.S.
  • Feature-length audio commentary by senior programmer for TIFF, Cimematheque and film critic James Quandt
  • 2013 re-release trailer

Synopsis

For Ever Mozart
For Ever Mozart is an episodic film that follows a theater troupe from France attempting to put on a play in Sarajevo. Along their journey they are captured and held in a POW camp, and they call for help from their friends and relations in France. Director Jean-Luc Godard presents stories about this troop to ask how one can make art while slaughters like the one in Bosnia are taking place, and he throws in a strong critique of the European Union. For Ever Mozart is one of Godard's most disjointed and difficult films. Its stories sometimes seem to form a whole and at other times the links among them are unclear. One gets the impression that in each episode Godard attempts to start a film only to come to the conclusion that it is impossible to continue. It features some of the most beautiful shots of tanks in the cinema. ~ Louis Schwartz, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Bérangère Allaux
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    Ghalia Lacroix - Dzamila
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    Vicky Messica - Vicky Vitalis, The Director
  • Frédéric Pierrot
    Frédéric Pierrot - Jerome
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    Harry Cleven - Great Writer

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