Films byTexts by Jacques Rivette
Jacques Rivette, 1974, 193’

“Rivette’s film […] focuses not on women as sexual objects but as the desiring subjects of the narrative. The two female protagonists do not conform to a male fantasy, rather it is their own fantasies which dynamise and direct the film the inhabit.

Jacques Rivette, 1976, 121’

Two goddesses, a pair of beings from the sphere of the sun or the moon and who take the form of women, engage in a strange battle in the bars, hotels, and mystical power-spots of Paris. They fight over the possession of a magical diamond that will allow them to remain on earth.