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Godard's 'Masculin/Feminin' Enhanced for DVD

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Godard's 'Masculin/Feminin' Enhanced for DVD

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Godard's 'Masculin/Feminin' Enhanced for DVD

Godard's 'Masculin/Feminin' Enhanced for DVD

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Chantal Goya plays Madeleine in Masculin/Feminin. hide caption

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It has been nearly 30 years since Jean-Luc Godard's film Masculin/Feminin debuted. Starring Jean-Pierre Leaud and Chantal Goya, the film captured the spirit of Paris in the late-1960s.

Masculin/Feminin has emerged as a classic, a landmark in cinema. Now it's being released in a new DVD package by Criterion. Among the new features included are recent interviews with Goya and Godard collaborators Willy Kurant and Jean-Pierre Gorin.