I watched three Alan J. Pakulla movies. “All The President’s Men” is quite well-paced, practical, procedural. “The Parallax View” sticks together a bunch of remarkable action sequences and feels like one of those dreams where you fall out of your bed and start drowning. “Klute”.. well, Klute has Jane Fonda on it, this commanding presence that needs to be cooled down by a stone-faced Donald Sutherland. Godard was fascinated by Fonda, brought her over for “Tout va Bien”, and then spit on her a year later when she went to Hanoi. His basic argument was: how can the intellectual add to the class struggle? He should cede his voice to the underclass, rather than reenact the facts and upstage the actors. “Klute” is predictable and a bit convoluted in parts, but instead of seeing Fonda playing a hooker, I see a hooker playing Fonda, getting lost on the role to the point of creating a very refined thing. Every actor plays a character, but stars always play themselves.