Notre Musique

Release Date: November 24, 2004
Limited release

He is having tea and not tea.

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Director Jean-Luc Godard's newest film takes its starting point from Dante's Inferno, with a structure that is divided into three parts. The story begins in Hell, which Godard reinvents as a devastating but breathtaking set of war images

Godard then moves the tale on to Purgatory, which puts the director himself in Sarajevo. There, he is attending a European literary conference with several other artists and writers. The other focal character of this portion of the story is a young French-Jewis journalist who operates primarily out of Israel. He has come to Sarajevo to find a place where reconciliation might happen.

Finally, Paradise takes the journalist to a small beach guarded by Marines from the United States. Somehow, he finds peace there. Overall, Notre Musique combines essay, voice-over, documentary footage, fiction and autobiographical information for three distinct musical movements, which is where the title derives its name (Our Music). (Kim Hollis/BOP)




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Main Cast Sarah Adler, Nade Dieu, Rony Kramer
Supporting Cast Jean-Christophe Bouvet, George Aguilar, Leticia Gutierrezm Ferlyn Brass, Simon Eine, Elma Dzanic, Juan Goytisolo, Mahmoud Darwich, Jean-Paul Curnier, Pierre Bergounioux, Gilles Pecqueux
Director Jean-Luc Godard
Screenwriter Jean-Luc Godard
Distributor Wellspring Media
Rating Unrated
Running Time 80 minutes
Screen Count 1
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