Jean-Luc Godard did it again with “Goodbye to Language” and during the Cannes Film Festival, we couldn’t miss the devoted fans shout out aloud- Godard forever! In this one, the director and writer constructs a beguiling mashup of imagery which is complex and excellently portrayed.Godard uses 3D technology and his approach is obviously overwhelming. However, his work is not devoid of purpose as he experiments with double exposure and overlapping images. He, therefore, compels the viewers to experience the visual effects in a different way, which is also new. His story brings us a couple who are constantly arguing. With a closer look, their relationship is definitely falling apart. As that captures our minds, Godard introduces a third party, who is none other than Roxie. Roxie is an innocent dog who becomes utterly bewildered by the inanity of civilization. This, later on, makes her flee to the countryside and there, she comes across the squabbling couple. This cinematic drop vividly proves how Godard’s work never runs out of style. He certainly pushes every possible boundary to deliver what we call style and fun. The film generally received positive reviews.