Jean-Luc Godard visited the world of young folk to create his most humane film. This is Godard's fifteen-point inquiry into the generation he refers to as the "children of Marx and Coca-Cola," the 1960s youth culture. Paul (Jean-Pierre Leaud), a confused young romantic in search of perfect
love, meets pop singer Madeleine (Chantal Goya) in a cafe and eventually moves in with her. Paul copes with his changing views by taking a job for a market research firm, gathering data, and interviewing people (including a young woman voted "Miss Nineteen"). While Madeleine pursues her career,
Paul tries to coexist with her and her two roommates, Elisabeth and Catherine (Marlene...