Godard's 'Goodbye to Language' Finds a New 3D Vocabulary

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A veteran of avant garde filmmaking, Jean-Luc Godard has managed to find new ways to use 3D with his latest film Goodbye to Language, creating unusual and sometimes uncomfortable experiences that set a visceral tone for the audience.

Writes The Verge's Jacob Kastrenakes, "If all movies are going to be 3D one day, it'd be pretty disappointing if directors never figure out novel ways for using it to tell a story — and Godard is, unsurprisingly, quick to search for something new. This film is called Goodbye to Language, and you have to wonder: perhaps this is an ode to the end of one cinematic language, and the greeting of another."

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