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Film naplója

2006/10/11

Brazil

17:56:47, dorka irta film naplójába

 

http://www.trond.com/brazil/brazil_script.htm

 

Immediately obvious in any Gilliam work is how different his films appear from the "normal" perception of life. When the theater lights go down, the viewer is thrust into a world that is unsettling and unfamiliar. If it weren’t for Gilliam’s customary use of subtitles ("Somewhere in the 20th century" for Brazil, "The Age Of Reason" in The Adventures of Baron Munchausen), then the audience would have no reference points (albeit the reference points are purposely left vague) from which to begin comprehending his films. Even in the opening of his most "realistic" film The Fisher King, Gilliam turns a normal radio studio into strange surroundings by his use of severe shadows, high-angle shots, and extreme close-ups of the deejay’s mouth.

 

Rendezte:Terry Gilliam

1985

Kulcsszavak: brazil gilliam

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