There is a centrality of storytelling in scorseses

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there is a centrality of storytelling in Scorsese's films Contrast between natural beauty of the mountain and the vivid colors and patterns of the arranged sand Sound is very important at the beginning; we hear cock's crow, the boy making animal noises...one can almost smell the start of the film Scorsese's camera is restless, always exploring and seeking new spaces/places A continuation of the themes from his past films, but it's different in terms of its execution “The Art of Vision” can be applied to this film
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  • Fall '10
  • WALTERKORTE
  • Martin Scorsese, Taxi Driver, Robert De Niro, Scorsese, Scorsese deals

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