Director: Jean-Luc Godard
An intriguing example of his early work, Tous les Garçons was Godard’s first Parisian short and is unique in being the only time Godard directed from someone else’s script - in this case Eric Rohmer.
Students Veronique and Charlotte separately meet the same man who makes a date with each of them. But when they both turn up at the same time, so does he - with a third woman in tow.
'Jean-Luc Godard’s early films revolutionised the language of cinema for everyone, from the Superbrats of Hollywood to the political film-makers of the Third World, and he remains today the most influential of film-makers.'
Courtesy of Les Films du Jeudi and Argos Films
Commentary by Colin MacCabe, author of Godard: Portrait of the Artist at 70, recorded in London, England.