|Jean-Luc Godard Director||previously directed Vivre sa vie|
French director Jean-Luc Godard's Vivre sa Vie witnesses his muse Anna Karina as Nana, a young Parisian woman who dreams of becoming an actress but ends up a prostitute. Presented in a series of 12 tableaux, the film is a desperate character study and a renowned Godard title.
Nana watches Passion of Joan of Arc and weeps.1 More Movie Reference
"The more one talks, the less the words mean."
|Anna Karina||Nana Kleinfrankenheim|
|André S. Labarthe||Paul|
|Peter Kassovitz||Le jeune homme|
|Gilles Quéant||Premier Client|