Jean-Luc Godard sits down with Woody Allen in Allen's New York townhouse (which has a very nice view of Central Park), for an interview.
Godard and Allen talk a little about film and the effects of television on the viewer. Allen seems very nervous and tends to repeat a lot of the same answers he has given in previous interviews. He talks about how dissatisfied he is with his films after he completes them, he reminisces about the good old days attending films in a theater before the advent of VHS tapes. He really doesn't say anything interesting.
What's interesting about the film is what Godard does with it. He plays around with it inserting titles throughout, slows it up, fades it to black and in one odd scene, films himself stacking boxes of what I presume are Woody Allen films. Godard also puffs on a cigar throughout the film, for a non smoker like Allen that must have been a little annoying. Godard looks like a scruffy bum.
This short film is actually kind of funny and was fun to watch, clearly Godard was having a good time making it. Woody has a "deer in the headlights" look throughout it. He's probably wondering how in the hell he got mixed up in all of this.