Le Redoutable/Godard Mon Amour and The Genius Man

Le Redoutable/Godard Mon Amour and The Genius Man

Stacy and Nicole discuss Le Redoutable (playing as Godard Mon Amour in the United States), the failure of the movie to capture a woman's perspective, and the argument that female oppression is a valid price for artistic genius. Stacy is not the only one to note that the central figure is more reminiscent of Woody Allen than Jean-Luc Godard who has just about as much self-awareness as the director. Also read this recent article in The Atlantic for other abuses forgiven in the name of genius.

Stacy recommends the Tao Te Ching and Nicole recommends buying a copy of Street Sense if you pass a homeless person selling one.

Coco and Immigration in America

Coco and Immigration in America

Tully and Domestic Work

Tully and Domestic Work