Home PageArticolo rivistaThe fictions of cinematographic language

Marasco R.
Pubblicato nel numero: Year XXIV July – December 1996 – Number 40
Parole chiave: Fiction, Language, Lifestyle, Movie

The fictions of cinematographic language

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Summary.  Cinematographic language leads to his own form of narration through the combination of pieces inclined to the concreteness of reality, which the spectator organizes in terms of temporal, spacial and causal relations. This process involves conceptual forms, related and submitted to individual experiences, definable fictions, in adlerian terms. Analogies between the conditions imposed during the vision of a film and early childhood, support the bound among film fictions and the individual life-plan.

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