Unformatted text preview: audiences who are tired and spoiled by imagination. Seeing a movie about homelessness and actually seeing it will end up being hard to differentiate and the seriousness of the situation will then be no serious then what was portrayed. Ruby and others are cynical to the possibility of sharing authority because of the fact that “there is a unspoken assumption about the validity of the interviews(49).” Ruby believes that what most people say about themselves can only be interpreted not taken as the real truth. There are certain people who are benefiting as well as having some form of power by speaking for others and not themselves. Ruby believes is not right for a person to speak for others and as well as a whole culture whether they are a part of it or not. Rouch’s vision suggests that we should allow the whole culture or more people to be actively in the film (documentary), so that there will be more than one perspective/...
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- Fall '10
- Reality, Ruby, documentaries, Christopher Webb, Professor Segal