Godard Mon Amour is French Love.

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(Film) – As expected, a French film depicting the 60’s must be dramatic, very much. Godard Mon Amour makes such drama and Jean-Luc Godard’s suffering somewhat funny, somewhat thoughtful. The moments of historical relevance such as the protests in Paris, and the beauty of the south of France -because of the Cannes Festival, definitely add something about the French culture to this biofilm, if one didn’t know it already. The woman who loves him, and the way he loves his woman gives you something to think about. From the complexities of its main character too easy going scripts and delightfully sarcastic scenes, Godard Mon Amour is one to be savored. Yes, it will make you want to go for drinks afterward. ;-)!

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Godard Mon Amour screens as part of the San Francisco Film Festival on Saturday, April 14 at 5:00 p.m. at the  Victoria Theatre and it opens later at the Landmark Theaters in San Francisco on April 27th. It runs for 107 minutes, in French with English subtitles.
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About the San Francisco Film Festival
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The SFFILM Festival’s organizers say: “it is a celebration of creative expression in all its forms, and an occasion to gather in appreciation of the beautiful, dynamic diversity of our world —and our Bay Area community. We believe in the power of film to expose us to different perspectives and bold visions, to inspire us, to reflect our identities, and to celebrate our lives.” @SFFilm

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