Tout va bien
Tout va bien (1973)

After collaborating on a series of small-scale political films under the alias of the Dziga Vertov Group, pioneering French director Jean-Luc Godard and filmmaker and activist Jean-Pierre Gorin attempted to fuse their Maoist theories of… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: February 16, 1973
DVD Release Date: February 15, 2005
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Critic Score: 57% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Tom Milne
Time Out

A little simplistic at times but acidly funny, with Godard's genius for the arresting image once more well to the fore.

Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

It's the kind of in-your-face political film about the class struggle where the indiscriminate viewer might feel guilty munching on popcorn.

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Godard at his dullest and most didactic.

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Michael Atkinson
Village Voice

One of Godard's angriest satires, but insofar as she is clearly used for her polarizing social freight, Fonda comes off today as its co-creator.

TV Guide

A noble effort to bring anti-bourgeois cinema to the masses; needless to say, the masses stayed home.

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Dave Kehr
Chicago Reader

It's only a slight step back from Godard's hard-core political tracts, but the few concessions he does make--characters and a story, of sorts -- go a long way toward making the rhetoric accessible.

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David Bezanson

succumbs to the worst conventions of seventies filmmaking

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Spencer S.
Nothing better exemplifies the political tension and ardent socio-economic climates of the French political sphere than a seventies Godard film starring Jane… More
Graham Jones
Godard seems angry (lol).
Walter M.
[font=Century Gothic]"Tout Va Bien" starts with director Jean-Luc Godard initialing checks and complaining about having to cast two stars in his… More

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