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FILM 2700 Spring 2008 Exam 3 questions 1. When Francois Truffaut allows for such aesthetic elements in Jules et Jim as overt voice-overs, freeze frames and bravura camera moves that are reflexive and not motivated by narrative needs, Bordwell and Staiger would say he is: a. Exhibiting “expressive auteurism” b. Mired in self absorption c. Trying to confound the viewer d. None of the above 2. Early in Jules et Jim , a lover of Jim’s lights a cigarette and becomes a “steam engine” and the camera dollies around her. This is exemplary of: a. Art cinema’s reflexive nature b. Art cinema’s experimental nature c. Art cinema’s resistance to narratively motivated visuals d. All of the above e. None of the above 3. The emergence of the French New Wave shares with German Expressionism and Italian Neorealism the fact that all three movements were influenced by a variety of post-war cultural/social/ideological conditions a. True b. False 4. The emergence of the French New Wave shares with German Expressionism and Italian Neorealism the fact that all three movements were launched as economic efforts to increase exportability to the United States. a. True b. False 5. Art cinema is “good” because it: a. Provides welcome relief from the cookie-cutter films of the Classical Hollywood Cinema tradition b. Must be “puzzled over” c. Confounds newspaper critics and undergraduate film students d. Provides opportunities to screen films that exhibit alternative lifestyles 6. In Jules et Jim
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