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Vivre Sa Vie

Cabaret Cinema

October 10–11, 2014
10:30 PM–12:30 AM
Free

Free ticket with a $10 K2 minimum
1962, France,Jean-Luc Godard, 85 min, French with English subtitles
Introduced by film director Matías Piñeiro
With Anna Karina, Sady Rebbot, and André S. Labarthe
Told in twelve vignettes, Vivre Sa Vie creates a lush portrait of the life of Nana (played by Anna Karina), an ambitious young Parisian who aspires to become an actress, only to end up as a street walker.
Clemente on Vivre Sa Vie: Well, I am a weeper at the movies. In fact, I don’t go to the movies because I cry the entire time, even when it’s a comedy, and Vivre Sa Vie is the movie that makes you weep the most. In fact, I’m starting to weep right now just thinking of it. It’s also the movie that is…more believable than anything you can encounter in your life…every gesture in the film is really how it is.”


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