Alphaville (4KUHD) (4K UHD)

Directed by : Jean-Luc Godard
Available Date : 08/13/2024
Release Year : 1965
Running Time : 99
UPC : 738329267391
Country : France
Language: French, with English subtitles
$26.57 (4K UHD)
MSRP: $39.95
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Available: Aug 13th 2024. Pre-orders are generally sent several days in advance of street date. Order may not be split.
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From Jean-Luc Godard, the influential filmmaker behind the French New Wave classics, Breathless, Contempt, Band of Outsiders and Pierrot Le Fou, comes this futuristic noir masterpiece. American secret agent Lemmy Caution (Eddie Constantine, Attack of the Robots) is sent to the distant space city of Alphaville where he must find a missing person and kill the inventor of fascist computer Alpha 60. Anna Karina (The Nun) and Akim Tamiroff (Touch of Evil) co-star in this cockeyed fusion of science-fiction with pulp characters and surrealist poetry. Godard’s irreverent journey to the mysterious Alphaville remains one of the least conventional films of all time. Beautifully shot in glorious black-and-white by Raoul Coutard (Jules and Jim, First Name: Carmen).

Product Extras :
  • 2023 HDR/Dolby Vision Master by StudioCanal – From 4K Scan of the Original Camera Negative
  • Audio Commentary by Novelist and Critic Tim Lucas
  • Anna Karina Interview (4:31)
  • Colin McCabe Introduction (5:26)
  • Includes Both Original French and English Audio with Optional English Subtitles
  • Theatrical Trailer
Publish Date : 2024-06-04
  • Jean-Luc Godard - Director
  • Eddie Constantine - Actor
  • Anna Karina - Actor
  • Akim Tamiroff - Actor
  • Jean-Pierre Leaud - Actor
  • Valérie Boisgel - Actor
  • László Szabó - Actor
  • Howard Vernon - Actor
  • Christa Lang - Actor


"It's one of the great cinematic works of romanticism, as well as a sort of filmed revelation of the very essence of science-fiction movies and German silent classics -- their blend of social critique, emotional liberation, and paranoia."

It remains an outstanding example of the filmmaker's power to transform an environment through the selection of detail: everything in it is familiar, but nothing is recognizable."

"Nothing about this strange, moving work of agit-pop has ever seemed out of date. If anything, "Alphaville" moves closer to relevance with every passing year"

"One of Godard's most sheerly enjoyable movies, a dazzling amalgam of film noir and science fiction."

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