Vivre Sa Vie (1962): This award winning film plots a Parisian woman's descent into prostitution against a backdrop of change and disruption brilliantly chronicling the social conditions and mores of the time and culminating in a shocking finale. Masculin Feminin (1966): Reaping multi awards at the 1966 Berlin Film Festival Goddard's seventh feature is set against a background of an edgy France gripped by Political upheaval the Vietnam war and an election in wich de Gaulle retained power much to the disgust of the disgruntled Left. Two or Three Things I Know About... Her (1967): The film centers around Juliette (Marina Vlady) a housewife who spends one day a week selling her body on the streets in an attempt to escape her drab suburban existence. [show more]
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