Moulin Rouge - Lauren Allen Intro To Film Moulin Rouge...

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Lauren Allen Intro. To Film Moulin Rouge Truth, Beauty, Freedom, and most of all, Love Film genre criticism, emerging in the late 1960s and early 1970s is in general thought of as rejection of auteuristic theory and criticism. The taxonomy of films by genre has many benefits, as well as a few negative effects. Fortunately, genres today are no longer associated with a specific studio, which gives each studio a better chance to expand its film horizon. Certain iconographies can mislead audiences into believing one thing about a film or hint toward a stereotypical film of the particular genre the motifs would generally be associated with. Genres provide critics, as well as audience members, with ways of organizing and managing a huge number of films. Genres can be useful as economic strategy as well, for those few movie-goers that will only go and see a few movies a year and like a particular kind. Genre as cognition in the audience is said to activate certain pathways in the mind and therefore lead to different interpretations of the
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