A Grin Without a Cat
[Le fond de l’air est rouge], directed by Chris Marker, 1977, 180'
A monumental film essay about the birth and collapse of the political turns and revolutions of the 1960s and 1970s. Realized in 1977 and re-launched in 1996, Marker’s magnum opus ends a certain stage in the nostalgic thinking about March ‘68. An unforgettable model of politically engaged experimental cinema.
- language: French
- subtitles: Polish, English