FILM 2120 Intro to cinema 02/22
FILM 2120 Intro to cinema 02/22 FILM 2120
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02/22 Narration, style, and thematic unity in Citizen Kane Thematic meaning comes from close observation from the way the film is put together and its motifs Citizen Kane: Plot segmentation 1. Xanadu—Kane dies 2. Projection room—news on the march 3. El Rancho night club—Susan is drunk and refuses to talk 4. Thatcher library—thatcher’s flashback; sells his newspaper chain 5. Bernstein’s office—Bernstein’s flashback; Kane takes over the Inquirer 6. Nursing Home—Kane loses family and election; Susan’s opera premiere 7. El Rancho night club—Susan’s opera career and her life at Xanadu 8. Xanadu—Raymond’s flashback; Rosebud Thompson would first go to the only living exwife Kane has Susan’s opera portrayal has 2 perspectives: one from the audience perspective and one from her own perspective Flashbacks in classic Hollywood cinema frequently cheat Some use it to tell a story out of order Kane is a different type of protagonist than a classic Hollywood film Idea of fragmentation emerges early as a motif First cue: breaking of the snow globe Developed though out the style: the jigsaw puzzle News on the March: the most discontinuous and quickest scene editing in the entire movie Each flashback has its own quality that gives a particular perspective of Kane It’s the dissimilarity that further explain the fragmentation Sound: contribute in their own way to take on Kane Ex: sound track is contributing to the energy that Bernstein wants to convey when he goes to the Inquirer Jigsaw puzzlescene: Sounds camera work, style combine to give stasis Ticktock sound motifs Used sound to create a dramatic space Deep focus exaggerates the emptiness in the palace Choices the director makes have nothing to do with the classic Hollywood form Introduction to Sound: Sound is usually taken for granted Sound designers try to make it natural Recreate a lot of sounds; especially body movement Sound is a very powerful and an important aspect It adds depth and texture to the film Ex: silence of the lambs: garage scene Cue that something scary is about to happen Contributes to the emotional impact of the scene
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