Jean Luc-Godard‘s late period films are many things—intellectual, philosophical, impenetrable, experimental—but they are certainly never uninteresting, and the director is once grabbing the attention of cinephiles with “Goodbye To Language 3D.” The winner of this year’s Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, it’s another ambitious effort from the filmmaker, who even uses 3D technology this time, in another movie brimming with provocative ideas and imagery. Today, we have the exclusive U.S. trailer and poster for the film.
Once again forgoing traditional narrative, the latest from Godard centers on a dog and a young couple. Frankly, that’s all you need to know, as this is a film you experience, rather than watch. Our critic on the ground at Cannes said in his review that “even for the skeptics there’s clearly such a density of ideas and images, even over the brief 70 minutes it runs, that there’s reason to return for more (and more and more).” So if you’re looking for something different this fall, be sure to track this down.
“Goodbye To Language” opens in New York City on October 29th via Kino Lorber. Watch below and check out the poster, designed by Erik K. Skodvin.