Harishbabu’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sublime. The first 50 minutes are something else. Godard's brilliance is visible in every scene. Especially the part where Anna Karina's character cries while watching The Passion of Joan Of Arc is so pure and captivating.
The film carries the charm which makes the audience realize that what they're watching is something special. For me, it lost its charm on the chapter with the philosopher. That scene is may be necessary for the film but it spoils the mundane atmosphere and forces its ideas in an unsophisticated way. But the unique camerawork saves the film which makes the Bresson-esque ending work. As of now, it has become my 2nd favorite Godard.
Vivre Sa Vie: 8.8/10