Euro Beat: 7 Highlights From A Visit To The Set Of Jean-Luc Godard's 3-D FAREWELL TO LANGUAGE
So why bother writing one at all? Well, his show-stopping 3-D short The Three Disasters certainly stoked the appetite of cinephiles for even non-news about his upcoming companion feature. But more importantly, even if we don't learn anything about the film from a visit to Godard's house, we can learn some pretty amusing and/or fascinating stuff about Godard himself, notably the way that, at almost 83 years old, he's embracing new technology with the curiosity and spirit of someone a quarter of his age.
Click through for several more highlights (translated from French) from the article, and then stick around for new briefs from Denmark, London and Spain, as well as the latest European box office report!
1. Your home movies probably have a bigger crew than Godard. According to the article, the entire crew for the film consists of, "the director and his two, two ... Two what? Together, Jean-Paul and Fabrice Battaggia Aragno are assistants, managers, production managers, script supervisors, secretaries, costumers, technicians, editors, cinematographers, sound engineers, responsible also for restaurants, taxis, money and water bottles."