Jean-Luc Godard’s ,”Vivre Sa Vie,” 1962, Anna Karina, plays Nana, a down-on-her-luck aspiring actress who falls prey to the dangers of prostitution: moral, psychological, and physical turmoil.
Could be a Chanel ad if it were not so melancholy. Anna Karina.
Her bob and black and white outfits remind one of Uma Thurman’s Mia character in “Pulp Fiction.” Anna Karina.
The prim ruffled shirt, cardigan and skirt belie her new profession. Anna Karina.
The fur-trimmed coat is lovely. Anna Karina.
Choosing to shoot in black and white adds to the starkness of Nana’s reality. At once, she looks innocent and deeply repentant. Anna Karina.
Jean-Luc Godard, 1962.