There's no hyperbole involved when Jean-Luc Godard remarks that Henri Langlois was a "producer who produced a way of seeing films." A legendary film programmer and archivist, the Frenchman who ran the Cinematheque Francaise for 40 years saved an untold number of films from destruction and cultivated a following that inspired countless film buffs and auteurs-to-be including Godard and François Truffaut. Langlois' little-known, incredible, and controversial life story is told in this riveting documentary. 128 min. Standard; Soundtrack: French; Subtitles: English; featurettes; photo gallery. In French with English subtitles.