Twelve episodes from the life of a prostitute (Anna Karina), filmed with haunting terseness by Jean-Luc Godard. This 1962 film isn’t the most stimulating of Godard’s early work, but it does show him beginning to pull away from traditional cutting patterns and sequence arrangement. It’s a film that seems meant to be read sideways, like a comic strip, rather than experienced straight-on like a movie. With Sady Rebbot and Brice Parain; also known as My Life to Live.