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Microbe & Gasoline Directed by Michel Gondry Opens July 1 Ah, youth. Those salad days when you could hang out with your best friend forever without a care in the world and build a car disguised as a cottage on wheels to travel across France. Of course, that last bit might just be specific to the two resourceful teenagers in Michel Gondry’s disarming new film, Microbe & Gasoline... Daniel and Théo—or Microbe and Gasoline as they’ve been...
Kung Fu Master! (1988) Directed by Agnès Varda In 1986, Varda and the British actress and singer Jane Birkin (who has spent much of her life and career in France) began working together on the film Jane B. par Agnès V. (1988), an impressionistic portrait of a woman turning forty years old whose collage-like assemblage of scenes and skits was made from conversations between the two women. At one point during its realization, Birkin revealed...
Microbe & Gasoline screens at 12pm on Sunday, October 4 and at 9pm on Monday, October 5 in the main slate of the 53rd New York Film Festival. The film is currently without US distribution. Following his unequaled triumph in the form of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Michel Gondry has sometimes been treated as an insufferably twee handcrafter lost in his own whimsy without the leavening agent of Charlie Kaufman. But perhaps even...

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