Part poetry, part journalism, part philosophy, Jean-Luc Godard's Notre Musique is a meditation on war as seen through the prisms of cinema, text and image. Largely set at a literary conference in Sarajevo, the film draws on the conflagration of the Bosnian war, the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, the brutal treatment of Native Americans and the legacy of the Nazis. Structured into the three Kingdoms of Dante's Divine Comedy - Hell, Purgatory and Heaven - Notre Musique sees real-life literary figures intermingle with actors and documentary mesh with friction. The film also follows the parallel stories of two Israeli women, Judith Lerner (Sarah Adler) who is drawn to the light and Olga Brodsky (Nade Dieu), who is drawn towards darkness. Through evocative language and images, Godard spins an elaborate piece which shows forces moving in eternal opposition and confirms his position as one of cinema's greatest directors.