Petit Soldat, Le

Director: Jean-Luc Godard
Year Released: 1963
Rating: 1.5

A preposterous movie about politics - Godard isn't at all interested in telling any sort of story, focusing solely on his main character mouthing off the various thoughts and fragments he's come up with (suicide, men and women's appearances, cinema, Lenin, etc.), making love to Anna Karina with his camera and passing the hodgepodge off as a Relevant Statement. Godard himself makes several appearances, one in which he's playing with a small toy dog and in another, appropriately enough, as a torturer.