Tout Va Bien

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Released 1972

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Director:
Jean-Luc Godard , Jean-Pierre Gorin
Released:
1972
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Tout Va Bien is a 1972 film from French director Jean-Luc Goddard. Released just four years after communist uprising led to riots in the streets of Paris, the film is often seen as Goddard's response to the identity crisis that followed the failed revolution. Expatriated American journalist Suzanne (Jane Fonda) and her former New Wave filmmaker husband, Jacques (Yves Montand), have not lived up to their ideals in recent years. Once an important outlaw journalist, Suzanne pays her bills by dispassionately reading the news. Similarly, Jacques has given up on art and spends his days directing television commercials. Things look up when the two are sent to witness a wildcat strike at a sausage factory. The workers' revolt takes a turn for the worse, and the pair find themselves in deeper than they expected. But revolutions are not what they used to be: the union boss has become a puppet for capitalist masters, while the aimless workers care more about teasing their boss than forcing real change.moreless
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