Jean-Luc Godard brings his firebrand political cinema to the UK, exploring the revolutionary signals in late ’60s British society. Constructed as a montage of various disconnected political acts (in line with Godard’s then appropriation of Soviet director Dziga Vertov’s agitprop techniques), it combines a diverse range of footage, from students discussing The Beatles to the production line at the MG factory in Oxfordshire, burnished with onscreen political sloganeering.
Director: Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Henri Roger
Watch See You at Mao
|Score||Rating Count||Release Date||RunTime|
|Job Title||Member Name||Job Title||Member Name|
|Director||Jean-Luc Godard||Director||Jean-Henri Roger|
|Producer||Jean-Henri Roger||Producer||Jean-Luc Godard|
|Producer||Irving Teitelbaum||Producer||Kenith Trodd|