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The Aesthetic of the Mobile Camera
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actors Alice and Ray Alice's Restaurant Alma Alma's American genre angle Arlo Arlo's Arthur Penn artistic audience Bergman Bertolucci camera dollys Catherine characters close-up complex convey critics D. W. Griffith deal directed by Jean-Luc directed by John documentary dolly shots editing Elisabet emotional emphasise example exploited eyes film director film-makers frame genre films Hitchcock ideas Ingmar Bergman interview Jean Jean Cocteau Jean Renoir Jean-Luc Godard Jules and Jim Keaton's kind Kubrick literally literature lyrical Madeleine Marion Masculine-Feminine medium metaphors mobile camera montage motif movement movie images narrative neo-realism neo-realists Norman objects Ophiils Passion of Anna Paul Paul's Penn's perhaps permission to quote photographed plot plotless film political protagonist Psycho Renoir Roberto Rossellini Rossellini scene seems sense sequence sexual shooting Sidney Lumet soundtrack space stationary set-ups story structure suggest symbolic techniques tend theme Throughout the film tion traveling shots tropes Truffaut virtually visual young