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Every Man for Himself, Sunday Schmooze
Cinema Arts Centre
Huntington, NY
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Every Man for Himself, Sunday Schmooze
Sunday, December 13
Bagel Brunch at 10am, Film at 11am
Followed by Discussion with Vic Skolnick

$9 Members / $12 Public
Active Membership Will Be Checked

Also Screening: Monday, December 14 at 7:30pm
(Regular Admission)

In the 1960âs and 1970âs Godardâs films were at once avant garde political polemics and stylistic adventures. Yes his films he protested did have beginnings, middle and ends, but not necessarily in that order. In 1980 with Everyman For Himself Godard returned to feature length narrative filmmaking. In it he explores the difficult quest to find satisfaction in three of the most common elements of everyday life: work - love - and sex. Material success is not an issue for his three central characters. Denise (Natalie Baye) in her late 20s is an intelligent, sensitive woman who is a moderately successful television producer. Now sheâs dissatisfied with her work and her relationship with Paul Godard a successful film and television producer who works in the same studio and shares an apartment with Denise. Paul is angered at her plans to quit her job and move to the country: heâs left his wife and daughter of 12 to live with Denise. he can control his career but he cannot control Denise who is seeking a life of meaningful gratification. âI want to do the things not name them.â Godard introduces Isabelle (Isabelle Huppert), who works as a prostitute to escape the dreary routine and monotony of a 9 to 5 job. As we watch her ply her trade, Godard cuts to a street scene below where two friends meet and embrace one another warmly. What does not change in a Godard film is the beauty and power of his imaging peopleâs lives and their environment that enfolds them. -Vic Skolnick

France, 1980, 87 min.

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Location

Cinema Arts Centre
423 Park Ave
Huntington, NY 11731
United States


Categories

Film

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No

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