Impressions of resistance and revolution in America, as shot on both coasts by visiting director Godard in the pivotal year of 1968, but not completed and not shown, after being taken over ... See full summary »
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Godard undertook a collaborative project with the U.S. filmmakers Richard Leacock and D.A. Pennebaker in October of 1968. Provisionally entitled One A.M., or "One American Movie", the project was to be shot in the United States, but never reached completion under Godard's direction. Pennebaker and Leacock continued with the project under the title One P.M. , or 'One Parallel Movie,' and did not release the film until 1972.