notes tues 11-1 (buitiful and Chanan)

notes tues 11-1 (buitiful and Chanan) - -cámara de mano...

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Quotes about immigration “Modernisation is forever promised and never fully delivered, as if the underdeveloped country can never catch up with the metropolis.” (Chanan, Latin American Cinema) ‘Making movies is not an economic decision in Latin America, It’s a political decision’ (Jorge Ventura, quoted in Aufderheid 2000: 241). (Chana, Latin American Cinema) -Buitiful -la inmigración: trabajo que no es legal (dinero “negro”) -stereotype that immigrants move because they want to live in the US or in Spain because it is a wonderful place and they will live a better life but a lot of times it is just because they can’t live in their own country because of economic or political reasons and not because they want to move as a leisurely activity. -técnica de esta secuencia (when the immigrants are running from the pólice around Barcelona)
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Unformatted text preview: -cámara de mano- cámara muy movimiento. Caótico. Muchas perspectivas (de policía, de la gente que está en la plaza, de los hombres que están corriendo.)-sonido diajético –gente hablando, el sonido de los zapatos-comentación política- what is director saying about Barcelona?-no hay policía, militares, no hay ninguna representación de autoridad de policía en la película Amores Perros . En esta película, sí hay autoridad y policía y militares. La manera en que la violencia está representada dice mucho sobre las ideas del director. Como fue representado la autoridad esta dado en la película?-corrupto (they take money)-What kind of movie is Buitiful?-can a blockbuster aesthetic be used for political ends? -como explicamos la existencia de la coexistencia de múltiples tiempos e ideas....
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course SPAN 361 taught by Professor Samamago during the Fall '11 term at UNC.

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