Hiroshima, mon amour

A young French actress is making an anti-war film in the rebuilt Japanese city of Hiroshima. Here, she has an affair with a Japanese architect, even though both of them are happily married. She will soon have to fly back home to Paris, but she spends one last night with her lover. At a café, she recounts the story of her first tragic love with a German soldier during the war….

Max and the Junkmen

Max is a Paris detective, aloof, independently wealthy, and frustrated by gangs of robbers whom he cannot catch. To re-establish his stature and save face, he decides to inveigle a group of petty thieves (led by an old acquaintance) to rob a bank. A reluctant captain provides Max intelligence and Max starts spending evenings with Lilly, a prostitute who’s the girlfriend of the group’s leader. He poses as a rich banker with money to burn and encourages Lilly to think about her future. He hints at a payroll that comes through his bank. The plot works, the petty thieves think they’re ready for a big score, and the cops are in place. What could go wrong with Max’s cold plan? Who’s entrapped?

Far from Vietnam

In seven different parts, Godard, Klein, Lelouch, Marker, Resnais and Varda show their sympathy for the North-Vietnamees army during the Vietnam-war.