If this is the most enjoyable of the Dziga-Vertov Group’s films, I’m not sure I’ll be first on line when Film Forum has the retrospective. In fact, now is as good a time as any to announce that, with the exception of the very recent Notre Musique, Jean-Luc Godard’s work after “Le Week-End” is varying degrees of crap. Even the J. Hoberman essay in the DVD’s booklet says something on the order of, “seeing this again decades later, it doesn’t suck as much as I remember.” Other than the cutaway set of the first sequence (think Team Zissou) and the lengthy tracking shot at the giant supermarket (where you can actually see the petit bourgeouis up close — buying PRODUCE! Sacre Bleu!) there is nothing to here that Godard hasn’t done much better in his earlier films. Jane Fonda doesn’t even wear sexy outfits.