This work discusses aesthetic symbolism and hybridism in Jean-Luc Godard’s film Goodbye to Language (Adieu Au Langage 2014), regarding the relationship between cinema and painting. Two central questions guide the focus of this article: how does the symbolic construction of Godard’s pictorial way take place?, and Do the pictorial elements present in the film narrative construct meanings and transmit real sensations such as those of the impressionist movement in paintings? The relationship between cinema and painting in Godard’s work is worked here in the context of promoting a dialogue between pictorial art and cinema. Starting from the assumption that films are artistic objects that communicate through symbolic elements, this work discusses the symbolic and hybrid forms in Godard through the analysis of elements such as color and light.
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