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BIBLIOGRAPHY

  1. Audio Commentary by critic David Sterritt, WEEKEND (1967) A FILM BY JEAN-LUC GODARD, DVD Release Date: August 23 2005, New Yorker Video, 00:15:15-00:22:53
  2. Bazin, André. (1967-71). What is cinema? Vol. 1 & 2 (Hugh Gray, Trans., Ed.). Berkeley: University of California Press. 23
  3. Centuary of the Self, Dir. Adam Curtis, 2002, BBC, United Kingdom: Documentary
  4. DVD Interview with director Mike Figgis WEEKEND (1967) A FILM BY JEAN-LUC GODARD, DVD Release Date: August 23 2005, New Yorker Video,
  5. French Film directors – Jean-Luc Godard, Douglas Morrey, Manchester University Press 2005,78
  6. Godard on Godard: critical writings by Jean-Luc Godard, Translation and Commentary by Tom Milne, 1972, De Capo Paperback, Cinema Two
  7. GODARD: IMAGES, SOUNDS, POLITCS, COLIN MacCABE, 1980 THE MACMILLAN PRESS LTD LONDON, P – 10 – 70
  8. http://thoughtcatalog.com/2010/’breathless’-jean-luc-godard-movie/ by Dan Hoffman, 14/07/2010: Accessed 29/10/2010
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  10. http://www.horschamp.qc.ca/9805/offscreen_essays/may68.html: May 1968 article
  11. http://www.marcuse.org/herbert/pubs/64onedim/odmcontents.html: One Dimentional Man, full online text by Herbert Marcuse: accessed 18/10/2010
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  21. James Monaco (1976).THE NEW WAVE. New York: Harbor Electronic publishing. 207, intro, 109-
  22. Jean-Luc Godard: Interviews, Edited by David Sterritt, University Press Mississippi 1998, Gene Youngblood 1968, 9-49
  23. Jean-paul Sartre, Nausea 1938, Penguin classic paperback: mild refrence
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  25. Margaret Attack (1999). MAY 68 IN FRENCH FICTION & FILM. USA: Oxford University Press. 9-11.
  26. Martin Scorsese (2005). Im Not There. USA: Paramount Pictures. -.
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  29. Richard Brody (2008). Everything is Cinema The working life of JEAN LUC GODARD. London: Faber and Faber Limited. 313-314, 53-57
  30. The films of Jean-Luc Godard – Seeing the Invisible, David Sterritt, Cambridge University Press 1999, p 89-126
  31. The Power of Nightmares: A politics of Fear, Dir. Adama Curtis , 2004, BBC, United Kingdom: A documentary
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  34. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0062480/: for film details, budget ect.
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