Vivre Sa Vie and Woman in the Dunes

Vivre Sa Vie and Woman in the Dunes - Vivre Sa Vie &...

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Monday, January 31, 2011 11:01 AM My Life to Live The strange photography of the film mirrors the reality of life Meeting in the café with the stranger: o The old man was not an actor, but he was actually a philosophy teacher o His monologue doesn't really make sense, at the end an audience member may be frustrated and confused Director was trying to the make the film more complex, he intended to make it a confusing topic Goddard is trying to make this film a mirror of life experience, camera angles seems as though people are watching in the scene o He was trying not to make this film "bigger" or "less than life," just an honest portrayal The voiceover of the role of prostitution reminds the audience that you are watching a movie Nana's last name was Klein-Frankenheim, definitely chosen for a reason Joan of Arc o The Passion of Joan of Arc, one of the best films ever made Lack of faces at the beginning makes the scene very ambiguous, could be anyone
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