Great Films Inspired by the Cinema of Jean-Luc Godard
Described sometimes as a pope of modern cinema, Godard has always been famous for his lifetime struggle to reinvent the language of the cinema so it could establish its unique form merely resembling traditional narrative methods. During the peak of his popularity, mainly in 1960's at the outburst of Nouvelle Vague movement, the French-born director was celebrated for unprecedented audacity of experimenting that provided the world of cinema with many innovative ideas. He is the person most frequently credited for making the ground for modern cinema and the creation of completely new aesthetics taking into account e.g. chaotic structure, polemics with genre conventions, natural flippancy and characteristic mise-en-scene.
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