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FIL%201000%20-%20Session%20XI - Fall2010 VAB132 GOSHORN

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Fall 2010 VAB 132 GOSHORN
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Annie Hall  (1977) employs obvious self-conscious techniques –  animation, split-screen, direct address to camera, subtitles – to  acknowledge the storytelling process. Blue Velvet  (1986) employs exaggeration and irony to juxtapose  the daydream world of classical Hollywood with the nightmares  underneath those artificial surfaces. Run Lola Run  (1998) relies on experience with both classical  cinematic forms, as well as video games, music videos, and  soap opera to drive the story. Its very form reflects its most  profound themes. Today’s film is as much about the magic of cinema as anything  else, adopting any and all techniques that will give its story  energy.
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The film has been described as “a movie whose embrace of  cinema is so passionate it could be mistaken for an embrace of  life.”  Other critics have attacked the film for “shoving whimsy down 
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course FIL 1000 taught by Professor Goshorn during the Fall '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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FIL%201000%20-%20Session%20XI - Fall2010 VAB132 GOSHORN

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