Godard's documentary on the Western counterculture of the late 1960s, which deals with the Black Panthers and refers to works by LeRoi Jones and Eldridge Cleaver. Other important topics include the role of the news media, the mediated image, a growing technocratic society, the liberation of women, the May uprising in France, and the power of language. The film cuts between three key scenes, including the Rolling Stones in the studio, and is visually linked to Eve Democracy (Wiazemsky). It uses graffiti that brings together organizations, companies and ideologies. Godard also explores the role of the revolutionary in Western culture. Although he believes that Western culture must be destroyed, this can only be done by refusing intellectualization. "There is only one way to be an intellectual revolutionary, and that is to give up the intellectual."
One of the most known movies produced by Jean-Luc Godard is Sympathy for the Devil. Sympathy for the Devil is little different than other movies made in hollywood, but you will not regret watching it online. Compared to latest cinema movies, Sympathy for the Devil is like a diamond. I couldn't forget about the great cast, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards really did their work perfectly. Jean-Luc Godard with Sympathy for the Devil and his last few other movies created something like a new era of the cinematography. Feel free to hit the play button and enjoy the movie, the great actors play and all other things that make the whole movie as great as it is.