1977 was a very punk year. Bands like the Germs, Crass, Bad Brains, and Black Flag were freaking out parents everywhere, and new albums that are now considered classics by the Sex Pistols and Richard Hell & the Voidoids crystallized the angst of a generation. These were the kids who wondered where the promise of the '60s had disappeared to as they lived in a world threatened by environmental destruction and nuclear warfare. Over in France, a certain 70-something filmmaker named Robert Bresson tapped into these exact worries of his much younger... More >>>