Philippe Garrel – Liberté, la nuit (1983)

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“Liberté, la nuit, a title with a comma in the middle for a film divided in two parts. A film in black and white with a dark side and a jovial side. The first part of the title evokes politics, as the story recalls the days of the Algerian War of Independence; the second part represents the mood that hovers over the eminently painful images. There isn’t even a hint of daylight in the freedom of the title. It only lives metaphorically in the darkness and languor of the night.” — description by Violeta Kovacsics in the book “Philippe Garrel: Filmmaking Revealed”

“an attempt by Garrel to convert his brand of romantic poetry into haunted newsreel prose.” — Jonathan Rosenbaum in Sight and Sound

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Language:French
Subtitles:English

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