This is an odd collection - Pierrot le Fou, supposedly one of his great films, Made in the USA from 1966 and Prenom Carmen from early 80s. Pierrot le fou is let down by the constant self-referencing of the characters. "What are you doing?" Anna Farina asks Jean-Paul Belmondo as he looks back into the camera whils driving away in a car. "Acknowledging the audience," he replies. Might have seemed radical then, just looks daft now. As for Belmondo's "impression" of an American actor "Yeah, yeah" it just makes you cringe the way French rock bands do. "A bout de souffle" it definitely isn't. Made in the USA is incomprehensible nonsense and Prenom Carmen has its moments, with a beautiful use of music, but is let down by Godard playing "himself" inside the film - though it is the only one of this collection worth watching twice. All in all, the worst of the nouvelle vague: pretentious and too clever by half.