Bande à part (film)  

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Bande à part is a 1964 film directed by Jean-Luc Godard. It is released as Band of Outsiders in North America; its French title derives from the phrase faire bande à part, which means "to do something apart from the group."

The film is an adaptation of the novel Fools' Gold (Doubleday Crime Club, 1958) by American author Dolores Hitchens (1907–1973). The film belongs to the French New Wave movement. Godard described it as "Alice in Wonderland meets Franz Kafka".



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