Discover The Secret Of Immortality

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FOCUS Auteurship Genre

Blade Runner's great strength is in the way its valedictory vision of the future pervades every image and scene, but without resorting to heavy explanatory dialogue. The richness of the designs and art direction depicting a decadent society showing a clearly faltering modernism are arguably more important in their dramatic weight than the core thriller plot, when tied to the film's existential interest in life, humanity and reality. The thrill and violence that mark the death of the first three replicants are less central to the film's emotion than the reflective sadness of the most malevolent replicant (Rutger Hauer's Roy Batty) when he confides his own (synthesised) anxiety to Deckard after their life-and-death struggle. Sensing his own end (programmed termination of his four-year life span), Batty seems to seek some kind of vicarious sense of 'immortality' by allowing Deckard to live. Blade Runner has also proved frighteningly visionary - there now seems surprisingly little that is...

FOCUS Auteur Theory and Audio Visual Media Film History

That poetry is rooted in the language of television imagery and the perceptions it fosters. Every moment of the film assumes our eyes are goggle-box eyes, that long hours slumped on the sofa have accustomed us to the sheen of commercials and the energy of music videos. Moreover, it takes for granted that we have all bought into a dandified TV culture obsessed with physical style, where appearance is the sole barometer of the inner life and where to seem is automatically to be. In consequence, many of the apparently decorative elements here - costume, hair, lighting, the lush pin-up moments - are the main vessels of meaning, much more so than the immortal verse, which Luhrmann cuts and pastes according to his own movie needs, and which fulfils the role of the paparazzi at a film premi re it is there to click shutters and make the whole event colourful, but it is not the true centre of attention.

Film as Prosopopoeia

In his essay, 'Autobiography as De-facement', Paul de Man argues that the epitaph is not only a biographical statement but a creation of the 'fiction' of prosopopoeia -that is, the fiction that the dead subject speaks his or her mind, his or her intentions.xiii He claims that to address the dead is to posit the possibility of a reply and thereby confer upon them 'the power of speech' 'Voice assumes mouth, eye, and finally face, a chain manifest in the etymology of the tropes' name, prosopon poien, to confer a mask or face (propson)' (926). He argues that autobiography, like the epitaph, ' is the trope by which ( ) one's name is made as intelligible and memorable as a face' (926). As prosopopoeia, this film gives the name 'Mabo' a face and in doing so confers upon the name the power of speech. This double move 'authorises' the biography as the words of the dead 'This is Eddie's story', says Graham. But, as de Man warns, just as the trope gives a face to the dead, it can also deface the...

The Underside of the Mask

Blind gazes, for to see Eddington not seeing us, is surely to recognise what Schopenhauer means by 'the blinding image of non-existence'. And in this way, Eddington's final performance is neither simply a self-commemoration - an immortalising image of a past self - nor a mirror image of the viewer's mortality. It is, I suggest, an infinitely present rehearsal of the peculiar temporality of the moment of facing death. In the end, Eddington's facelessness, doubly 'de-faced' by the enlarging effects of the close-up, combines with his skill as an actor to make it possible for us to see him as if for the last time and feel what that truly means. For Eddington becoming unrecognisable is a permanent state of being. But this can also be an everyday phenomenon that occurs in the fleeting time of the changeability of all faces. In both cases, becoming unrecognisable rehearses the temporality of the approach of death by bringing into play the sensations associated with the unique awareness of...

Selznicks Return to the Past

Paramount's low-budget, understarred Hollywood Boulevard capitalized on St. Johns and Selznick's Brown Derby locale, but it added a more poignant commentary on the recent transformation of Hollywood. Protagonist John Blakeley's Brown Derby cartoon is knocked down from the wall and left on the floor. Later at a premiere at Sid Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, a new star presses her feet and hands into the cement. Grauman tells her, And now, my dear, you have left your immortal mark in Hollywood. Although it is cement and not marble, this is a startling remark for a film showman to make. Are films more forgettable than a concrete slab in the forecourt of a theatrical temple Are they too marginal to be considered enduring historical material

Watching Movie Scenes For Listening

Reluctance, to hear the song, As Time Goes By, which will evoke memories of a complicated past. The close-ups of Bergman humming and then listening to this song light up the screen in immortal images of love lost and desire. In wonderful contrast to Ilsa's radiant light, Rick (Humphrey Bogart) listens to the same song shortly thereafter in a dark scene of despair and drunkenness. His torture and conflict are apparent as we watch him simply sit at a table and listen to the song. The two scenes are constructed by the director and script in such a way that we are drawn into their world, present and past, simply by having watched them listen to the song that links their relationship to one another. The work of the actor appears very simple sit and listen but it is clear when you watch these scenes that this simple act must be performed to its fullest potential in order to achieve such a poignant effect.

In the Face of Death

In Bragg's view, Potter's imminent death serves to strip back the masks and fictions of the self, revealing an unadorned, pre-cultural self. Throughout the introduction to his interview with Potter Bragg displays the widely held modern understanding of death as a self-concept - that is, death as an event that reveals the hidden self that lies behind the masks of sociality.v Everything about this interview, from its naked production style to the line of questioning Bragg pursues, promotes this view of death as a hermeneutic. But Potter himself, I argue, demonstrates a different conception of death and recognition. His demand for recognition in death is, I suggest, a claim to the modern aesthetic point of view of the author immortalised in his work, a point of view in which the personality of the artist, as James Joyce puts it in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 'passes into narration finally refines itself out of existence, impersonalises itself, so to speak'. + vi P And herein...

Emotional Work

In 3ay Story 2, some toys are 'shelved' and sold in a yard sale because they are broken or not used any more - Woody's attempt to save the 'voiceless' Weezy the penguin results in his own abduction by the villainous Al, owner of the 'Toybarn' who recognises Woody as a 'collectible'. This clever conceit adds another dimension to the idea of the 'shelf-life' of toys, and their contemporary status as collectible items, or cultural artefacts their value ironically rests in the idea that they have never been used as playthings. The central tension in both films is the 'meaning' of a toy. Both films address the value of a'toy' for its owner, as a plaything, companion and harbinger of joy, an object defined outside the parameters of economy or longevity, while also showing that if toys had a degree of consciousness, their preoccupations would be entirely about those parameters. In Toy Story 2, Woody is given the dilemma of remaining Andy's long cherished toy, or joining up with Jessie,...

Yugoslavia

Indigenous filmmaking in Yugoslavia emerged in the first two decades of the twentieth century, producing shorts, scenics, and documentaries often ethnographic in nature. Local pioneers included Karol Grosmann and Metod Badjura (1896-1971) in Slovenia, the Manaki brothers (Yanaki and Milton) in Macedonia, and Josip Karaman, and Josip Halla in Croatia. In Serbia, Svetozar Botoric (1857-1916), in collaboration with the French company Pathc, produced the first feature-length film, Zivot i dela besmrtnog vozda Karadjordja (The Life and Work of the Immortal Leader Karadjordje, 1911). Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, the establishment of several production companies specializing mainly in documentaries and sporadic feature films was not enough to create a film industry. Among the notable films of that period are the Serbian Sa verom u Boga (In God We Trust, Mihajlo Al. Popovic, 1932), the Slovenian V kraljestvu zlatoroga (In the Kingdom of the Goldhorn, Janko Ravnik, 1931), and films by the...

Deaths Head

Suggest that a 're-booted' consciousness will know itself in some future time. That is to say, not only is time suspended in the freezing process, but this process is also a means of preserving self-consciousness. In the Quantum special, Benford explains that in cryonics the 'patient' - 'Let's call him Fred', he says - 'goes to sleep as Fred and wakes up meaning he is revived as Fred'. Despite this vision of the future being a new-world in which anything is possible, including cheating death, the technologies of immortality are very much grounded in a transcendental philosophy of the self. Here, allegorical insight reveals the specific nature of televisual processes of signification. When Potter's severed head releases its supposedly secreted memories of a past life, as it makes its passage from the world of the living to that of the dead, it is emptied of any sense of self. The head is de-faced. Or to use Benjamin's term, it becomes a 'death's head', a 'fossil' of a past life. But as...

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