Jean-Luc Godard  Best Movies 

   French-Swiss film director

Godard's Breathless starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jean Seberg distinctly expressed the French New Wave's style, and incorporated quotations from several elements of popular culture.

Breathless (1960) 

Godard's film My Life to Live was one of his most popular among critics.

My Life to Live (1962) 

The film begins on 13 May 1958, the date of the attempted putsch in Algeria, and ends later the same month. 

The Little Soldier and Les Carabiniers 

The most commercially successful film of his career was (Contempt), starring Michel Piccoli and one of France's biggest female stars, Brigitte Bardot.

Contempt (1963) 

Masculin Féminin is a 1966 French New Wave romantic drama film directed by Jean-Luc Godard.  

Masculin Féminin 

Made in U.S.A is a 1966 French crime comedy film directed by Jean-Luc Godard, It was inspired by the Howard Hawks film The Big Sleep.

Made in U.S.A

La Chinoise, is a 1967 French political film directed by Jean-Luc Godard about a group of young Maoist activists in Paris.

La Chinoise

A Woman Is a Woman is a 1961 French musical romantic comedy film written & directed by Jean. It is a tribute to American musical comedy & associated with the French New Wave.

A Woman Is a Woman