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It gives way to the jotes visible part of the being, the merging part. This is also a collection that reaches beyond its subject matter. I’d never been able to put into words the difference between theatre and cinema.
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Topics Film books Nicholas Lezard’s choice. When you do n Ahhhhh, yes!!: One does not create by adding, but by taking away. Return to Book Page. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: John Frusciante made six records in Metaphorically valuable for those not making movies.
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But it is also much more. In his masterful films, perhaps Bresson offers this same vision of Christianity before or even without the resurrection. The formula, the technique, doesn’t work.
I’m probably hoping for something Mar 02, Jonathan rated it it was amazing. Truly a collection of notes, some expressing fragments of thought, others more complete ideas about the art of film.
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Respect man’s nature without wishing it was more palpable than it is. From the beings and things of nature, washed clean of all art and especially the art of drama, you will make an art. I’m currently constructing my own vade mecum.
Robert Bresson, being the idiosyncratic director he is, views the world of cinema entirely from the perspective of a cinematographer rather than from that of a screenwriter or, y’know, a director. It’s just that I think most of us make our cinematograph life soundtracks of what we hear that it becomes a part of us, and not “slipping off elsewhere”.
Order by newest oldest recommendations. My movie is born first in my cinemahographe, dies on paper; is resuscitated by the living persons and real objects I use, which are killed on film but, placed in a certain order and projected on to a screen, come to life again like flowers in water. Others become arms to reach Avoid paroxysms anger, terror, etc. This book is a very spare and tight gem cniematographe ideal for both the casual movie fan and the dedicated student of film.
These are notes that Bresson jotted down to himself, pretty much.
He contributed notably to the art of film and influenced the French New Wave. Between them and me: Truth and lies aren’t things I really grasp in my hands.
One thing I am not is a clear thinker. Bresson realised that the enigmatic power of the stylised image he referred to his actors as “modelsutilised correctly, burns brightly – blazes – onto the memory. Bresson’s treatment of his “Notes