Jean-Luc Godard's most commercial film since WEEKEND and his strongest attempt to bring political thought into popular film. In order to deliver his message of class struggle Godard signed two famous actors--Jane Fonda and Yves Montand. The plot of TOUT VA BIEN exists only, as Godard
says in the film, to provide "a story for those who shouldn't still need one." Fonda is an American news reporter living in Paris with her husband, Montand, a former "New Wave" film director, who has turned to directing commercials. They pay a visit to a sausage factory and find themselves in the
middle of a work stoppage. The workers spout Maoist slogans and read political speeches in...