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Beautiful terrorist Carmen (Maruschka Detmers) asks her uncle, an eccentric filmmaker (Jean-Luc Godard), to borrow his beach house to make a movie. She intends it to be a hideout after a bank robbery, but plans go awry when she falls for the security guard (Jacques Bonnaffé). At the same time, a violinist's (Myriem Roussel) string quartet rehearses Beethoven pieces for the film's soundtrack, and Carmen's uncle attempts to make a new film. The plot is very loosely based on the opera "Carmen."

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  • Jan 22, 2007
    godard seemed to be in a period where coherency and story mattered a whole lot less than art, which doesnt work in film, because the true art of film is the ability to tell good stories, but this film has enough other things going for it despite its lack of clarity that it is saved from disaster. the film is shot very well, and seeing godard in front of his camera was interesting enough. missing the charm of his earlier work but still very watchable.
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