See You at Mao

See You at Mao

Filmed in the UK in 1969, this documentary by Godard and the Dziga Vertov Group represents an analysis of production and the status of women in capitalist society and a speculation about ...

Jean-Luc Godard made the hour-long 1969 experimental documentary British Sounds also known as See You at Mao for London Weekend TV in 1969. In the opening scene, a ten minute long tracking shot along a Ford factory floor, a narrator reads from The Communist Manifesto. This is followed by a woman wandering around her house naked while a narrator reads a feminist-tinged text, a news commentator reading a pro-capitalist rant that is repeatedly and abruptly cut off to show workers that contradict his statements, and a group of young activists preparing protest banners while transposing communist propaganda to Beatles songs ("You say Nixon/I say Mao" to "Hello Goodbye"). It closes with a fist repeatedly punching through a British flag. It's a bold and assaultive socialist screed made during the director's most divisive political period and was banned from television. Of note are the director's experiments juxtaposing image, text, and sound. ( . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


See You at Mao torrent reviews

Sarang R (jp) wrote: Great fun! Credit Crunch explained aptly :)

Lee M (kr) wrote: Spooner unfolds in an alternate, fantasy reality where girls swoon over de-masculinized awkwardness, and its makers additionally assume this is will automatically tickle an audience pink. For me, well, yawn...

Laura B (gb) wrote: A definite Must See!This movies portrays mexican immigrants the way they should be. Hard workers wanting to make a better life and the obstacles they must over come. I reccomend everyone go see it. it's a beuatiful story that will make you laugh, cry and maybe even change your views. GREAT cast and Director!

Natasha G (gb) wrote: I loved the plot of this film!

Borhan K (es) wrote: I am really disappointed with what nonsense this movie is. All about a struggling Bollywood actress and her up and downs being in the showbiz business.It was torture to sit through this movie and watch it cause it really had no substance.The only reason why this movie got made was because Kareena Kapoor was the lead actress.Honestly they could have invested in some other movie.The song dance numbers were ok average at best no big song that you could say was the title track of the film.Do yourself a favor and give this flick the flick.If this movie has any message it would be " Success comes at cost its just depends on how much you want to loose" It may not be a gamble that you will win in the end.This film is unrated and although anyone can watch it i would say its an adult flick as the content shown and discussed is no kiddie matter.

Ronaldo V (mx) wrote: "La tumba de las lucirnagas" es una de las diez mejores pelculas de los 80s. No ser la nica vez que lo diga. Ya la gente tarda en verla.

Sanity Assassin (de) wrote: barring butch cassidy and the sundance kid i think this is now my favourite paul newman performance. i know only a few days ago it was the left handed gun but y'know... i'm working my way through a newman boxset... so that's my excuse! aside from arguing with myself over which is paul newmans best performance this is the best boxing film i've seen apart from possibly clints million dollar baby, but it's better than raging bull or any of the rocky flicks. high drama and high octane

Timothy M (ag) wrote: A different kind of War film, and whilst it's propoganda roots are deep, it's fairly entertaining.

Private U (ru) wrote: It's one of two dramatic pairings of Powell and Loy (well, three if you count "The Great Ziegfeld")--it's melodrama at its soapiest, as Loy cheats on husband Powell and pays for it for the rest of the film. The chemistry between Powell and Loy can't make us for a flat and depressing script. You end up wishing they'd crack a smile once in a while.

Rick D (it) wrote: Comparing audience reactions between the Peter Jackson movie and the recent Skull Island leaves me scratching my head. I guess it's a bad idea to try to do more - either that or more was being demanded of Peter Jackson because of the LotR movies. Regardless it should be emphasized that, audience scores notwithstanding, Peter Jackson's King Kong is the far superior movie. It's better than Skull Island and it's also better than the Jessica Lange Version from the 1970s. I'm not going to go as far as to say it's better than the Fay Wray version - there's no point in comparing any remake to the original as beloved as the original King Kong.

Jamie C (mx) wrote: Loved it, Really clever and funny from start to finish, Scrat steals the show and is where most of the comedy comes from, But the main plot was still good and different and kids will adore it.

Lucas B (br) wrote: Loved the storyline even though it was a remake,refueled, as said so I wonder why nobody liked this movie much. I understand it was as good as the first 3, but it was cool using different actors and Someone new as Frank Martin