Tag Archives: cinema

Supercontext: Jean-Luc Godard’s Week-end

Cartoon of two-car crash; title

This 1967 movie was called “the death of cinema” by its creator, and operated as a critique of both capitalism and mainstream films. We try to understand how a man as notoriously malicious as Godard was to his cast and crew, could also use this platform to argue for a better world.  

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Supercontext: Why was SPECTRE?

SPECTRE! What can we explain about the 24th James Bond movie? We discuss how it was produced, how it was written, where the money came from, and the nonsensical story.

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