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Last Name # Emily Rigole Eng 1102 Professor P. Tejada November 18, 2009 The Cinema of Anime Japanese cinema tends to pay more attention to the art of film instead of producing a blockbuster. It is not quite like the art house films we usually associate with European cinema, but what it shares with those, and what it likewise shares with French Novelle Vogue works, is that Japanese cinema focuses on the elegance of everyday moments—a focus that usually does not even contribute to the plot of a film. Perhaps it is for this seeming lack of luster that Japanese films do not fare as well in America as Hollywood films do. But there is a kind of Japanese film that is being overlooked, a genre that has produced a mammoth following across the world and has influenced the creation of some of Hollywood’s most beloved action films, and that is anime. The word anime is simply the abbreviated pronunciation of ‘animation’ in the Japanese language. Anime genres range from adult, to children, to comedy, to philosophy—it is almost just like live-action
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2010 for the course CS 1371 taught by Professor Stallworth during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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