Band of Outsiders
Bande à part
1964, Jean-Luc Godard, France, 97 min.
With Anna Karina, Sami Frey
- Sun, Jan 19th 5:00pm
- Wed, Jan 22nd 6:00pm
"This lyrical tragicomedy is perhaps Godard's most delicately charming film...It's as if a French poet took a banal American crime novel and told it to us in terms of the romance and beauty he read between the lines."—Pauline Kael
BAND OF OUTSIDERS’ resonant mix of wintry melancholy and high-spirited digressions (including the Louvre dash and the famous “Madison” dance) has made it one of Godard’s best-liked films with audiences, critics (“Perhaps Godard’s loveliest movie”—Charles Taylor, Salon.com), and filmmakers (notably Quentin Tarantino and Hal Hartley). Two guys (Sami Frey, Claude Brasseur) compete for a girl (Karina) in their English class and concoct a movie-fed scheme to burgle her aunt’s villa. In French with English subtitles. DCP digital. (MR)
In the documentary WHAT SHE SAID, Quentin Tarantino reveals that reading Kael's review of BAND OF OUTSIDERS led to his discovery of his own aesthetic. You can read that review in this link
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