French-Swiss film director Jean-Luc Godard.
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The National Society of Film Critics on Saturday named Jean-Luc Godard's 3-D film "Goodbye to Language" the best picture of the year, narrowly choosing it over Richard Linklater's acclaimed "Boyhood," for which Linklater won best director.Marion Cotillard won best actress for "Two Days, One Night," a Belgian drama about a factory worker who must lobby co-workers in order to keep her job.Best supporting actress went to Patricia Arquette for "Boyhood," which chronicles 12 years in the life of a boy and which was filmed with the same actor over 12 years. Shot in 3-D, a second film paralleling the first unfolds during the course of its 70-minute running time.
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