My Life to Live France

Director: Jean-Luc Godard

Production: Films de la Pléiade; black and white, 35mm; running time: 85 minutes. Released September 1962, Paris. Filmed 1960 in Paris.

Producer: Pierre Braumberger; screenplay: Jean-Luc Godard with additional narrative from Judge Marcel Sacotte's Où en est la prostitution and Edgar Allen Poe's ''The Oval Portrait''; photography: Raoul Coutard; editors: Agnès Guillemot and Lila Lakshmanan; sound: Guy Vilette and Jacques Maumont; sound editor: Lila Lakshmanan; music: Michel Legrand; costume designer: Christiane Fage.

Cast: Anna Karina (Nana); Sady Rebbot (Raoul); André S. Labarthe (Paul); Guylaine Schlumberger (Yvette); Gérard Hoffmann (The cook); Monique Messine (Elizabeth); Paul Pavel (Journalist); Dimitri Dineff (Dimitri); Peter Kassowitz (Young man); Eric Schlumberger (Luigi); Brice Parain (Thephilosopher); Henri Attal (Arthur); Gilles Quéant (A man); Odile Geoffrey (Barmaid); Marcel Charton (Policeman); Jack Florency (Bystander); Gisèle Hauchecorne (Concierge); Jean-Luc Godard (Voice).

Awards: Venice Film Festival, Special Jury Prize, and the Italian Critics Prize, 1962.

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