HUI 338.09 Scorsese

HUI 338.09 Scorsese - Martin Scorsese as Italian American...

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9/25/09 Martin Scorsese as HUI 338, Spring 2008
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9/25/09 Scorsese Links http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiK Links: http://www.afi.com/tvevents/laa/Scors The Neighborhood: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gC Italianamerican : http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=2tzKAlLb4iM&feature=related
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9/25/09 The Auteur Theory Two trajectories in auteur theory: Looking for core meanings Looking at style and mise en scène In between road: looking at structure Author’s work has a particular structure: narrative, visual, thematic The idea of a repetition of motifs on various levels (visual, narrative, thematic) Spectator’s job to read the text, to find the recurring visual motifs, etc.
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9/25/09 Scorsese on Mean Streets '''Mean Streets' dealt with the American Dream, according to which everybody thinks they can get rich quick, and if they can't do it by legal means, then they'll do it by illegal ones. That disruption of values is no different today [1980s], and I'm interested in making a couple of more pictures on the same theme
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9/25/09 Mean Streets and Catholicism:
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