A Woman Is a Woman (1961) – Godard’s Daydream of Cinema

The plot isn’t as important as a cinema in general and with this movie, Godard’s style to “film as a language” is noticeable.

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Breathless (1960) – Godard’s Superlatives Surrounding

“Breathless” had a sensational acceptance in addition to creating a lot of unique techniques; they were accidentally and ironically yet widely imitated by many cinemas.

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Pulp Fiction (1994) – I Don’t Smile for Pictures

“Pulp Fiction” is just a good-game-well-played masterpiece.

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