Coffee Moment - James Rebhorn with his coffee, paper and cell
for Playgirl Magazine
"Sexiness wears thin after a while and beauty fades, but to be married to a man who makes you laugh every day, ah, now that’s a real treat."
Jean-Paul Belmondo had already been working on the film for a week, and was now used to Jean-Luc Godard’s unconventional methods. However, Seberg was used to the large-scale productions of Otto Preminger, with whom she worked on Saint Joan (1957) and Bonjour Tristesse (1958), where she was surrounded by an army of technicians, assistants and cameras, with each second of the script kept rigidly.
Seberg now found herself virtually alone with Jean-Luc Godard in a cafe on the Champs-Elysees, with no script or prior direction. Godard kept a small notebook in which he noted some vague ideas, but not a word of the dialogue, which he was to impart during shooting.
La Vérité, Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1960
Jean-Pierre Léaud, année 1962.