Jean-Luc Godard's latest film is a symphony in three movements. In the first movement, passengers aboard a Mediterranean cruise liner engage in various discussions, where what is seen differs from what is heard. In the second movement, two children challenge their parents in a family tribunal, demanding explanations of liberty, equality and fraternity. In the final movement, myths are explored in Egypt, Palestine, Odessa, Greece, Naples and Barcelona. A breathtaking collage of image and sound, Film Socialisme is "a must-see work by one of the greatest artists of our time.