One of the most playful soundtracks ever penned for a film by Jean-Luc Godard – a really lovely batch of music scored by Antoine Duhamel, and featuring a bit of vocals from Anna Karina! The main instrumental score is almost tongue-in-cheek at times – kind of a Godardian parody of more dramatic film scoring modes – stretched out beautifully by Duhamel with styles that are quite vibrant, but which also poke some holes at more convention
al modes. The tunes always hint at some warmth or emotion, but quickly move into another direction – much like the characters in the film – and even the few jazz
ier numbers have an unsettling feel that ties them to the rest of the work. Anna Karina sings on the tracks "Ma Ligne De Chance", "Jamais Je Ne T'Ai Dit Que Je T'Aimerai Toujours", and "Mic Et Mac" – and other titles include "Ferdinand", "Pierrot", "Soiree Perdue", "Sans Lendemain", and "Twist Pour Jean-Luc". CD also includes 7 more groovy tracks from the film Week-End – titles that include "Footit Et Chocolat", "Lamento", "Alice Au Pays Des Syllogismes", and "Elle Et Lui".