All's Well (28-Apr-1972)|
Original Title: Tout va bien
Directors: Jean-Luc Godard; Jean-Pierre Gorin
Writers: Jean-Luc Godard; Jean-Pierre Gorin
Employees at a sausage factory engage in an wildcat strike, taking management hostage; a former French New Wave film director and his journalist wife find themselves involuntarily sequestered as well, radicalizing Fonda. Strange political essay repeatedly evoking the civil unrest of May 1968. Filmed in a multi-floor cutaway stage pioneered by Jerry Lewis in The Ladies' Man (1961). Interesting but not commercially or critically successful.
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