Godard parle de son travail, le travail du film, celui-ci sur la vie d'un jeune couple, sous la forme de tableaux entrecoupes d'images de leurs enfants et de leurs grands-parents. EN.
Number Two (French: Numéro deux), by Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville, is a 1975 experimental film about a young family in a social housing complex in France. The film's distinct style involves presenting two images on screen simultaneously, leading to multiple interpretations of the story and to comments on the film-making and editing process.
An analysis of the power relations in an ordinary family.
The frustrations of a constipated wife and her impotent husband are explored in this experimental film that was originally a video tape. The eccentric couple are quite frustrated by their bodies. Throughout the film many bizarre things happen. For example, to teach their children about sex, they do it right in front of them. The grandparents also talk to the camera buck naked. Director: Jean-Luc Godard.
Cast: Sandrine Battistella, Pierre Oudrey, Alexandre Rignault, Rachel Stefanopoli. France, 1975.
Subtitles: English, Spanish. Download Numéro deux / Number Two. 1975.