A Woman Is a Woman (Une femme est une femme) (1964)
Critic Consensus: One of the last times Godard could make film paradoxes with glee, A Woman Is a Woman is a mocking, genuine tribute to musicals.
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Critic Reviews for A Woman Is a Woman (Une femme est une femme)
A charming document of the great filmmaker's fanciful yet serious dreams for cinema.
A Woman Is a Woman may not have the urgency or the contradictions that made early Godard an icon, but in its new incarnation, it takes us back to a time when he could still provide the makings of a good argument.
The most playful film to come out of the French New Wave, it's also the last time Jean-Luc Godard appeared to have any fun.
Une Femme Est une Femme moves us now because it's so playful and the players are so young.
Audience Reviews for A Woman Is a Woman (Une femme est une femme)
Godard at his most playful. The jumbled score and dialogue make a one of a kind anti movie experience.
Sexy, charming and downright silly. Jean-Claude Brialy might be the only man on the planet who can repeatedly say "no" to Anna Karina and keep a straight face.
the most charming godard i have yet seen. anna k. is too adorable
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