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Cabiria Second Response: This film was shown in the course because Giovanni was first to use a motion picture camera. It is fascinating to think about how Giovanni use the motion camera to get different views and perspectives in that period. The filmmakers constructed a positive image of the country. The scenery and the people were happy, civil citizens that wanted to save Cabiria. The sacrifice of the hundred children seemed bad, but that was typical for that time period. In the scene where Maciste approached a painting he drew attention to himself drinking from the jug in the painting. This is an example of self- referentiality. The
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