This, in an attempt to reformulate some ideas in Gregory Ulmer's Teletheory (a post-Derridaean pedagogics exploring extensions of 'writing' into video).
... watching Godard yesterday afternoon (Breathless) has sent me back to the (now) rather ancient-looking Secker & Warburg volume Godard on Godard. In which I find - page 19 - his statement of the early 60s:
"At the cinema we do not think, we are thought."
In this one sentence he manages to encapsulate Deleuze's opening pages on Bergson's Three Theses.