In a perfect world we would get three or four Godard box sets, rounding up all his major films, like we've had for Herzog, Bunuel & Cassavetes. Unfortunately we tend instead to get the same few films endlessly repackaged in different illogical combinations (Breathless here is simultaneously re-released in a Belmondo box set!). However, for what it is, this latest box is pretty good: 4 films, the packaging isn't too tacky & there's a few shorts & docs and a fifth "Godard Encore" disc, which is really just filler but does include a lengthy film of JLG interviewing Fritz Lang. Colin MacCabe pops up here & there to say a few words which may or may not be a good thing depending on your point of view. As for the actual films: Breathless & Alphaville look great ("remastered") & are new wave classics which surely need no introduction. Made in the USA was a flop film from 66, a tired rehash of Pierrot la Fou made under the strain of Anna Karina & JLG splitting up, however the film is growing on me & will appeal to Godard fanatics. Those same fanatics will have to buy this box for Passion, which I don't think has appeared before on dvd in UK. Passion is an 80s "comeback" movie & so seems out of place in this box, but stands up well, perhaps his last great film, similar to Slow Motion & Tout va Bien (both recently released on dvd), though it might infuriate those averse to Godard's "difficult" late films.