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    Goodbye To Language

    The idea of film is very clear. A man and a married woman met by chance and fell in love. After a period of time, they met each other again. Unfortunately, she was hand-in-hand with a man. The former husband shattered everything. After that the story turn into a different branch. Shall it be really interesting?
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  • Directors of "Goodbye To Language"

    Jean-Luc Godard. Director of Goodbye To Language
    Jean-Luc Godard
    Birthdate: 3 December 1930, Paris, France
  • Creators of "Goodbye To Language"

    Jean-Luc Godard. Director of Goodbye To Language
    Jean-Luc Godard
    Birthdate: 3 December 1930, Paris, France
  • Critic Reviews of "Goodbye To Language"

    Boston Globe
    March 19, 2015

    I'm attaching four stars more out of helplessness than critical acumen, by the way; if the film is beyond language, it's certainly beyond a traditional rating system.

    Washington Post
    March 19, 2015

    Throughout this enigmatic film's short running time, I couldn't for the life of me make out what Godard was trying to say.

    Wall Street Journal
    January 29, 2015

    A film that's stuffed with language, its title notwithstanding.

    Los Angeles Times
    January 22, 2015

    Anyone interested in the possibilities of the moviegoing experience - what can happen in a dark theater - owes it to themselves to say hello to "Goodbye to Language."

    Chicago Reader
    January 16, 2015

    At 84, Godard is still looking for new ways to express himself, though he thinks it harder than ever to achieve meaningful interpersonal communication in the information age.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    January 16, 2015

    Jean-Luc Godard is the acknowledged mascot, if not master, of intellectual cinema. In "Goodbye to Language 3D" the 84-year-old auteur... reprises his longstanding suspicion that words are worthless.
    March 10, 2017

    A particularly painful scene featuring a loud scratchy quill on loud scratchy parchment made my hair and teeth feel very very loose. I think that's what J.L.G wanted, though.

    The Film Stage
    June 06, 2016

    Language is gone. The new cinema has arrived.

    Epoch Times
    May 19, 2016

    The 3-D aside, there is nothing in "Language" that has not been done before and done better.

    South China Morning Post
    April 06, 2016

    The film offers a resounding experience for anyone remotely interested in the way we watch movies.

    Critic's Notebook
    October 08, 2015

    Working in 3-D for the first time, Mr. Godard pushes the envelope and - depending how you look at it - trolls the format for all its worth.

    The ARTery
    May 12, 2015

    A hugely entertaining and almost entirely inscrutable lark, with a punk rock air of both surrender and rejuvenation.

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