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On Wed, 13 Apr 1994 16:43:13 -0400 Gloria Monti (GD 1995) said:
>        Definitely two Godard.  *Deux ou Trois Choses* as a transition
>between his early Sixties films and his Seventies films.  Another one for
>comparison--maybe *Vivre Sa Vie.*  Two weeks on Godard are a must, I mean
>the least you can do.
 
Incidently a print of VIVRE SA VIE is available for inexpensive rental
from EM GEE films (approx. $75; don't have the catalog in front of me).
 
The print's in decent shape.  I used it just two weeks ago.
 
An another suggestion re Godard:  if possible, incorporate some of his
'80s video work (e.g., NUMERO DEUX) and the post-'68 Dziga Vertov
Group films.
 
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