Jean-Luc Godard seemed to have buried himself in a Marxist
ideological hole until he lit up the screen again with his weird, poignant, and
lush Every Man for Himself/Sauve qui peut (la vie) (1980). Ostensibly a film about sexual and economic relationships as well as
every other aspect of human life, it contains perhaps the most hilarious and
disturbing depiction of sex in the age of mechanical reproduction in cinema.
Starring Isabelle Huppert, it screens as part of the "Isabelle Huppert and the
Great Directors" series at the Museum of Fine Arts, 465
Huntington Ave, Boston
| December 15 @ 5:30 pm [additional showings through December 19] | $10; $8 students, seniors | 617.369.3907 or mfa.org.