GOODBYE TO LANGUAGE 3D

(ADIEU AU LANGUAGE)

OPENS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14
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GOODBYE TO LANGUAGE 3D is a NY Times Critics’ Pick:
Lots of Philosophy, No Inhibitions: Goodbye to Language, the latest from Jean Luc Godard
– A.O. Scott, N.Y. Times

Those Silly Glasses Are Hip Again: Godard Tries Out 3-D in Goodbye to Language
– Nicolas Rapold, N.Y. Times

Godard has the internet abuzz:

Dog Gone
– Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid

Goodbye to Language: Jean-Luc Goddard’s dazzling, provocative 3-D mind trip
– Andrew O’Hehir, salon.com

Adieu au Langage is a doggone absurd Godard satire 
– Peter Howell, Toronto Star

Goodbye to Language 3-D
– Joe McGovern, Entertainment Weekly

This year in Cannes, the youngest filmmaker in competition shared the Jury Prize with the oldest: 83-year-old Jean-Luc Godard, former lion of the French New Wave and forever-young provocateur of cinema. Long ago Godard abandoned conventional filmmaking, and his latest explores 3D in ways like nothing else. A married woman and single man are frequently naked, a dog strays between town and country, and bold image/sound transitions abound with epigrams and literary references. Don’t expect a coherent narrative, and this won’t be everyone’s glass of rosé, but please note that from Cannes, critic Manohla Dargis of The New York Times called it “a thrilling cinematic experience…deeply, excitedly challenging.” Writer/Director: Jean-Luc Godard. (France 2014) 70 min.

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