Cinema 121 – Movies 1911 - 1925

Experience the event art is always contraction

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Unformatted text preview: motivations of individual characters Typage: the distillation of character as social type rather than an individual Explicit violence, violence against children • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Character is extended beyond individual action Vakulunchuk is the sailor that is killed by the rebellion History is not only made by leaders, but also mass Propaganda, pushing the agenda is the only way it can occur Eisenstein immerses us into event (big scenes) Idea of relationship and details missed if you move too quickly through scenes Odessa steps, we don’t think about the event, we experience the event Art is always contraction “Positivist realism in by no means the correct form of perception, it is a function of particular form of social structures, following from and autocratic state that p...
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