2 or 3 Things I Know About Her (1967)
2 or 3 Things I Know About Her (1967) is a French New Wave film directed by Jean-Luc Godard. It is a story about a young woman, Juliette, who lives in Paris and works as a prostitute to make ends meet. The film explores the complexities of Juliette's life and her relationships with her family, friends, and clients.
The film is known for its frank and honest portrayal of sexuality. Godard uses a variety of techniques to explore the sexual moments in the film. He uses close-ups to focus on Juliette's body and her reactions to her clients. He also uses long takes to capture the intimate moments between Juliette and her clients.
Godard also uses sound to create a sense of intimacy. He uses music to create a mood and to highlight the sexual moments in the film. He also uses sound effects to emphasize the physicality of the sexual encounters.
The film also explores the power dynamics between Juliette and her clients. Godard uses a variety of techniques to show how Juliette is in control of her body and her sexuality. He also shows how her clients are often powerless in the face of her power.
2 or 3 Things I Know About Her is a powerful exploration of sexuality and power. Godard uses a variety of techniques to explore the sexual moments in the film and to show how Juliette is in control of her body and her sexuality. The film is a must-see for anyone interested in exploring the complexities of sexuality and power.
A stylized photo of a topless woman is shown for several seconds as a woman looks through a magazine
A close up is shown of a keychain that reveals a photo of a fully nude woman
Early in the film, a woman is shown sitting in a bathtub washing herself. Her breasts are clearly visible. She later stands and her buttocks are also shown. The scene lasts for about 15 seconds.
A woman is shown receiving cash from a man, and they soon begin discussing sexual acts. This scene is not graphic and only involves mildly vulgar dialogue.
A man tells two women to undress themselves in order to "get comfortable" while they in a hotel room. One of the women is shown removing her top and is left with her bra. The two women speak to the audience in an interview-like tone and upper cleavage is visible, which makes them appear to be naked.
A woman tells a man to hurry into a house as she proceeds to remove her top, exposing her bra. The man walks inside the house and begins to remove his coat, where the scene abruptly ends.