“Poetic, quiet, introverted, personal.” - Renata Adler, New York Times

"Riotous and effulgently beautiful!" - Melissa Anderson, Village Voice

“With its ravishing colors and beautiful 'Scope camerawork by Raoul Coutard, still looks as iconoclastic and fresh as it did when it belatedly opened in the U.S.” - Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader

Opens October 14 | Ferdinand (Jean-Paul Belmondo), unhappily married and recently fired from his job, abandons his family and runs off to the Riviera with the enigmatic Marianne (Anna Karina). Ferdinand, whom Marianne calls “Pierrot,” tries to find artistic fulfillment between bouts of criminal adventure, but keeps getting entangled in Marianne’s violent life.

Au Revoir, GodardIn honor of the innovative and influential voice of Jean-Luc Godard, the Gene Siskel Film Center presents three of our favorite films from the late French New Wave filmmaker’s iconic filmography. View full series here.

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