With Masculin féminin, ruthless stylist and iconoclast Jean-Luc Godard introduces the world to "the children of Marx and Coca-Cola," through a gang of restless youths engaged in hopeless love affairs with music, revolution, and each other. French new wave icon Jean-Pierre Leaud stars as Paul, an idealistic would-be intellectual struggling to forge a relationship with the adorable pop star Madeleine. Through their tempestuous affair, Godard fashions a candid and wildly funny free-form examination of youth culture in throbbing 1960s Paris, mixing satire and tragedy as only Godard can.

  1. Jean-Luc Godard

    Director, Writer

  2. Guy de Maupassant

    Story, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jean-Pierre Léaud

    Jean-Pierre Léaud


  2. Chantal Goya

    Chantal Goya

    Madeleine Zimmer

  3. Marlène Jobert

    Marlène Jobert

    Elisabeth Choquet

  4. Michel Debord

    Robert Packard

  5. Catherine-Isabelle Duport


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Masculin Féminin
Masculin Féminin


Original Title Masculin féminin

Status Released

Release Information

  • March 22, 1966


Original Language French

Runtime 1h 50m

Budget -

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