Godard's Forever Mozart is one of his more inscrutable films, a story (ostensibly) about a film crew that sets its period piece on the shores of Bosnia, during that area's horrible civil war. Aside from that basic premise, there's no real structure or setup here, just people in costume wandering among the exploding bombs, waxing existentially about life, the movies, and whatever else might have been on the mind of the then-66-year-old auteur. Random and uninspired, the film gets a few points for its looks, but nada for its plot.

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