Two or Three Things I Know About Her
(2 ou 3 choses que je sais d'elle
) is a French film directed
by Jean-Luc Godard
, one of three features he completed that year. Like the other two (Week End
and La Chinoise
), it is considered both socially and stylistically radical. Many American critics, including Village Voice
critics Amy Taubin
and J. Hoberman
, consider it one of the greatest achievements in filmmaking.
The film follows the sophisticated but empty lives of Juliette Janson (Marina Vlady) and other characters in 1960s Paris. Juliette is a bourgeois housewife, a loving wife and mother, and a call girl.
'She', the woman to which the title alludes, simultaneously refers to Paris, Juliette Janson and Marina Vlady.
In 2007, a new 35mm print of the film was released in US theaters.