Une femme mariée: Suite de fragments d'un film tourné en 1964 (A Married Woman)
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Une femme mariée: Suite de fragments d'un film tourné en 1964 (A Married Woman)
Director Jean-Luc Godard narrates this study of a married woman who begins an affair with another man. After becoming pregnant, she is unable to figure out which man is the father of her son and must choose between the two. ~ Iotis Erlewine, Rovi
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 85%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Relatively minor Godard."
‑ , Time Out
"...a series of nonsensical, infuriatingly abstract sequences and interludes."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"... effortlessly and damningly dissect[s] the ugliness of beauty culture."
‑ Aaron Hillis, GreenCine
"... at the time it was one of Godard's most critically acclaimed films and remains one of the most financially successful films of his career."
‑ Sean Axmaker, Turner Classic Movies Online
"As Godard films go, it's not one of his best, but it stands out because of the controversy and his portrayal of sex, which is still quite subtle and erotic."
‑ , Film4
"If Jean-Luc Godard isn't careful he is going to shoot his way right out of the avant-garde -- out of the idolatrous affection of all those cinema buffs who go for movies that are formless and obscure."
‑ Bosley Crowther, New York Times
"Godard commodifies his actors in the same way that the world of advertising does. So, because Charlotta is immersed in this world, she experiences life the same way, in fragments, snippets and whispered sound bites."
‑ Dan Jardine, Cinemania
"One of Godards most formally precise films of the early 60s, remarkable considering the hurried shooting schedule."
‑ Christopher Long, Movie Metropolis
"A seldom seen masterwork from Jean-Luc Godard's most fecund era."
‑ Joseph Jon Lanthier, Slant Magazine
"This is still Godard's view of life in France in 1964, and one of his most sociological films, as well as one of his most formally accomplished."
‑ Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader
"A continuous, penetrating dance of misogyny and feminism"
‑ Fernando F. Croce, CinePassion
"...one of Godard's most approachable, conventionally plotted movies. It merges the director's interest in social constructs with a curiosity about individual emotions often obscured in his work."
‑ Jeremy Heilman, MovieMartyr.com
"The result is one of his most important and provocative dissections of modern life."
‑ , TV Guide's Movie Guide