Definition of Godard, Jean-Luc in English:

Godard, Jean-Luc

Syllabification: Go·dard, Jean-Luc
Pronunciation: /gōˈdär(d)
 
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  • (1930-), French movie director, a leading figure of the nouvelle vague. His movies include Breathless (1960), Alphaville (1965), Wind from the East (1969), and Socialisme (2010).

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