Goodbye to Language 3D

Goodbye To Language

Screening Information

BUY TICKETS     Sunday, 30 November – 6.30pm – Palace Barracks Cinemas

BUY TICKETS     Sunday, 14 December – 4.00pm – Palace Barracks Cinemas

“A complete and total reinvention of form and what cinema even is… Every second is astonishing, every image is an idea, every idea is wonderful.” Cinemasparagus

Co-winner of the Jury Prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, this latest work from Jean-Luc Godard, one of cinema’s most innovative and influential auteurs, is as visually audacious an experiment as he has ever made: an eye-boggling cinematic collage of split-screen images, historical clips, cryptic text and narration that takes the 3D form to entirely new frontiers.

The plot, such as it is, is made up of a series of surreal, playful vignettes – including a foray into scatological humour – a chaotic framework from which Godard sets out to (once again) reinvent cinema, pushing the possibilities of the moving image to its limit.

Expanding on The Three Disasters, Godard’s short contribution to 3x3D (2013’s portmanteau film with Peter Greenaway and Edgar Pêra), Goodbye to Language 3D is a characteristically playful and disconcerting musing on linguistic and cinematic meaning, humanity and history, reality and infinity.