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Analysis #2 The theory of the “male gaze” in cinema was first developed my Laura Mulvey in her book, Visual Pleasures and Narrative Cinema and has become one of the most well known film theories ever.  In her study, Mulvey … Continue reading

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“A story should have a beginning, a middle and an end…but not necessarily in that order” (Jean-Luc Godard)

Jean-Luc Godard is such an AMAZING director and perhaps one of the greatest directors ever!  What is so great about Godard is that he broke the rules of film and created something completely different from what french filmmaking was, prior … Continue reading

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PSYCHO…

  Alfred Hitchcock’s, “Psycho” is perhaps his most famous film and in my opinion one of the greatest horror films in history.  However, it is so much more than just a horror film; it is a masterpiece involving so much … Continue reading

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  TRIAL SCENE IN FRITZ LANG’S “M” Shot Description                                               Shot 1 Cinematography: MLS Shot Duration: 11 seconds … Continue reading

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Vittorio De Sica as a lawyer in the film “It Started in Naples”

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UMBERTO D. Umberto D. directed by Vittorio De Sica, tells the story of an elderly man by the name of Umberto Ferrara, who is trying desperately to collect enough money, so that he is able to pay off the debt … Continue reading

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ROSEBUD…………

Citizen Kane has been considered one of the greatest, if not the greatest film of all time and in my opinion, rightfully so.  It changed the film industry forever and Its influence continues to be evident today.  From it wonderfully … Continue reading

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The Lady Eve

    The Lady Eve is known as one of Preston Sturges most memorable slapstick comedies.  It stars Barbara Stanwyck as Jean Harrington, a sneaky con artist and Henry Fonda as the naive Charles Pike, an ophiologist and the heir … Continue reading

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