Legendary French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard once again poses a number of provocative questions about art, politics, and the nexus point between them in this drama in three acts, "Hell," "Purgatory," and "Paradise." After a collage-style meditation on the nature of war and conflict in society, Godard introduces his central set piece, in which a group of authors, artists, and noted thinkers gather for a symposium taking place in the battle-scarred city of Sarajevo. Olga Brodsky (Nade Dieu), a journalist who is French and Jewish by birth and Israeli by choice, has come to discuss the conflict between her adopted nation and Palestine with the many notables in attendance. As Olga discusses issues of conflict, identity, and culture, one of the participants, Jean-Luc Godard, posits the notion that it's the essential differences of all the peoples of the world, rather than their similarities, which are at the root of our world. Notre Musique was screened at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival.
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2004 - European Film Awards - European Actress- nominated
2004 - European Film Awards - European Screenwriter- nominated