Keep Your Right Up
Keep Your Right Up is a 1987 film, written, directed by, and starring French Swiss filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard.
Described by Godard as "a fantasy for actor, camera and tape recorder", this film is made up several sketches in which certain actors play several real or fictional roles to a background of rock music. The film is divided into three sections which inter-cross throughout. In each, a group of people search for their proper place on earth.
|award||Louis Delluc Prize|
|keywords||actor camera film project film projection id movie projector odysseus rock music tape recorder ulysses|
|producer||Philippe de Chaisemartin|
|publisher||Gaumont Film Company|
|theme||avant-garde and experimental|