Pierrot le Fou Trailer & Clips


Pierrot le Fou (also know as Pierrot le fou) full movie is released on Jan 08, 1969. Watch Pierrot le Fou online - the French Crime movie from France , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $136,838. Pierrot le Fou is directed by Jean-Luc Godard and created by Rémo Forlani with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Karina. Pierrot le Fou is available online on Criterion Channel and Apple iTunes.

Ferdinand Griffon, married to a wealthy Italian wife, has recently been fired from the television station where he worked. His wife forces him to go to a party at the home of her influential father, who wants to introduce him to a potential employer. Her brother brings babysitter Marianne Renoir to take care of their children. Feeling bored at the bourgeois party, Ferdinand borrows his brother-in-law's car to head home. He meets Marianne, who was his mistress five years ago and insists on calling him Pierrot, and offers to take her home. They spend the night together and he learns that she's involved in smuggling weapons. When terrorists chase her, they decide to leave Paris and his family behind and go on the run, on a crazy journey to nowhere.

As know as:

Pierrot le fou, Pierrot, den tokige, Pamišelis Pjero, Nori Pierrot, 気狂いピエロ

Release Date:

Jan 08, 1969

Release Date (Streaming):

Feb 19, 2008


France, Italy


French, English, Italian

Stream Service:

Pathé Contemporary Films

Production Companies:

Films Georges de Beauregard, Rome Paris Films, Société Nouvelle de Cinématographie (SNC)

Gross worldwide:



Keith Uhlich
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Represents a high watermark of the art film, and in no small measure due to its despair over the artist’s ambivalent, uncertain role in an era of aesthetic, technological, and political turmoil. —Guest Post by Michael Joshua Rowin
by rottentomatoes, Sep 06, 2022
Joe Morgenstern
"Pierrot" is less successfully artistically than several Godard films that followed it: Masculine Feminine, La Chinoise and Weekend. It's much more than historically interesting, though, this funny little fugue for soured sweethearts.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 06, 2022
Renata Adler
New York Times
The film is poetic, quiet, introverted, personal.
by rottentomatoes, Jan 09, 2018

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