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Godard's debut is a beautiful mixture of film narrative and the spirit of documentary, a creative piece that simply observes actions occurring as if by the moment and without explanation. 'Breathless' has a raw energy of unexpectedness and excitement with jump cuts (which the film is best known for) that generate a wonderful jazz rhythm and are suggestive of Michel's nervous state of mind. Consciously, the director follows genre tropes while also disobeying them to create what is essentially a sort of criminal art, much like Michel. If there is any moment of an unconscious design within the film, it's from Godard knowing he's breaking the rules and makes an appearance as the snitching informer, singling out and fingering the criminality of his own creation.
According to the booklet in the package, this 1080p/AVC MPEG-4 encode was made from a 35mm master positive and approved by cinematographer Raoul Coutard. Presented in its original 1.33:1 aspect ratio, the results are quite beautiful, and the picture appears true to the documentary feel to which Godard aspired. Contrast is not always perfect, but it's well-balanced and consistent for the most part, with clean whites. Black levels can waver somewhat, looking deep and lush one minute and then slightly dull the next. Shadow delineation tends to suffer in poorly-lit scenes as a result of these minor fluctuations. Of course, much of this can be excused as the result of the intended photography and not a fault in the digital transfer. Fine object and textural details are impressive, even striking in some instances, with revealing facial complexions. But the video does come with a few sequences where resolution is noticeably weaker than the rest of the presentation. This, again, can be faulted at the source and not the picture quality. Taken as a whole, Godard's 'Breathless' has never looked better or more attractive than on Blu-ray. 153554b96e