Jean-Pierre Léaud and Anne Wiazemsky reading in La Chinoise (1967), directed by Jean-Luc Godard.
La Chinoise follows five young people in late 1960′s France who form a revolutionary Maoist organization and live together in a loft. They name their organization “Aden Arabie,” named after a novel by French writer and communist Paul Nizan. Simultaneously a documentary film crew is filming and interviewing them, documenting the cell. It is shot as a “film within a film.”