Week Eight ITAL 150
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Date Created: 11/22/14
ITAL 150 Cultural Legacies of Italy Week 8 Readings 0 Salvatore Lupo History ofthe Mafia 0 David Gilmour Modern tay Resilient tay Lecture November 17th 0 Lupo s History ofthe Mafia Sec onsz 1 The mafia as a mirror of traditional society 813 2 The mafia as a business enterprise 1318 3 4 The mafia as a juridical ordering 2530 The mafia as an organization 1825 the mafia cannot be brought under just one stereotype Giovanni Falcone stated that the mafia has become an overused term Falcone and Borsellino were iconic antimafia prosecutors that were killed in 1992 Mafia as a metaphor mafia as a metaphor for backwardness and underdevelopment the mafia as a method reading had difficult language vocabulary sentence structure lots of Sicilian quotes Guest Speaker November 19 Professor Sergio Rigoletto 0 Film three key elements miseenscene cinematography editing montage General Film Handout terms establishing shot cutin graphic match continuity editing axis of action eyeline match n c match on action 39 M crosscutting parallel editing shotreverse shot pointofview shot 0 EditingMontage Terms editing montage iadein fade out dissolve superimposition dissolve wipe Q2 quot 39 focus depth of field and recording speed deepfoous shallow focus racking focus timelapse photography slow motion panning tilting tracking oraning V P a 5 h e I d o a m e ra 116 0 Cinematography terms extreme long shot long shot medium shot medium closeup closeup extreme closeup straighton angle low angle shot high angle shot c ale d fra m I n g 0 liseenscene terms d cor space costume and makeup acting Hgh ng threepoint lighting high key lighting algyv key I igh ti n g 0 Basic Terms frame shot scene sequence plot diegesis ellipsis ashback flashforwa rd ontage S CU 391C I 39m Looking at Gomorra 0 13 scene compared to the rest 1 time pace pace of shots in first scene is much faster closeup fade in shot volume and light in tanning booth then moves camera to many different scenes panning and tilt shotreverse shot character looking change in shot out to new person 2 liseenscene 3 sound a lot of music in first background music in rest nonnarrative not coming from actual scene narrative coming from scene estabishing scene is important Lecture November 20th 0 David Gilmour Resilient tay resilient lasting resistant The pursuit of Italy the History of a Land its Regions and Their Peoples pursuit suggests moving target a land territory its region different their peoples different ltaly entered the third millennium in a mood of some despondenoy decline decrease bleakness pessimism Discussion November 19th 0 Analyzing The Godfather and The Sopranos 0 Elements of film liseenscene cinematography editing sound narrative Birth rate suggests that within four to five generations Italians will die out one of the lowest birth rates in the world Catholicism looks negatively on abortion contraceptives Illegal construction territorysize of California Italians loose identification of identity IIani pulite Clean hands a lot of political corruption then became corrupt themselves Italy has fragmented political parties lots of shifting alliances unstable stability bureaucracy burocraziabuffers citizen from storm of politics r J D 39 0 Resorgimento 1861 Unification of Italy ltaly as a whole more than parts 0 Resistenza leftist movement to expel fascism and mussolini 0 we have made ltaly unfortunately we have yet to make ltalians 0 La famiglia family oriented at expense of other things such as community 0 Campanilismo loyalty to one s own bell tower loyalty to municipality before state 0 Italy cluster of many Janguage cuisine agriculture a different 0 Society perceives state to be hostel or indifferent 0 Three lines of defense 1 Home 2 Piazza 3 City walls I V a a
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