Cinema Sex Politics: Bertolucci Makes 'The Dreamers'

Genre: Documentary
52 min

- Mm-mm. More like...

Johnny Guitar

and Rebel Without a Cause.

- You know what Godard wrote about him?

- No. What?

"Nicholas Ray is cinema."

- What's up with you?

- Me?

Come on, stick with me!


- Bastards!

- Assholes!

And that was how I first met

Theo and Isabelle.

I could hear my heart pounding.

I don't know if it was because I'd

just been chased by the police...

or because I was already

in love with my new friends.

As we walked and talked

and talked and talked...

about politics, about movies...

and why the French could never come

close to producing a good rock band--

- I'm starving.

- I forgot the sandwiches.

I didn't want that night

ever to end.

- Merci.

- Didn't you bring anything?

No. I'm okay.

Please eat.

Don't mind me.

- No. I'm really not hungry.

- I've broken it now. Take it.

- You're very kind, but I don't--

- For goodness sake,

take it when you're offered it.

Thank you.

- Theo, don't you have something for Matthew?

- This is fine.

- I gave him a third of mine.

- Okay.

- Really, I didn't come here

to eat your sandwiches.

- He doesn't want it.

Yes, he does! He's just too polite

to say he does.

- Aren't you, Matthew?

- You're very kind.

- So where are you from exactly?

- San Diego.

What about you two?

Were you both born in Paris?

I entered this world on

the Champs Elysees, 1959.

The pavement of the Champs-Elysees.

And you know what my

very first words were?

No. What?

"New York Herald Tribune!"

New York Herald Tribune!

- New York Herald Tribune!

- New York Herald Tribune!

Will you come to Rome with me?

Here! Right here! Here!

No, there!

- Good night, Matthew!

- Night.

"Dear Mom...

"I've got some real news this time.

I just met

my first French friends."

- Hello.

- Matthew?

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