Cinema: The time-image

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U of Minnesota Press, 1989 - Performing Arts - 344 pages
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Deleuze ascribes this shot to the condition of postwar Europe: the situations and spaces 'we no longer know how to describe'-- buildings deserted but inhabited, cities undergoing demolition or reconstruction--and the new race of characters who emerged from this rubble, mutants who 'saw rather than acted.'
 

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Contents

Beyond the movementimage
1
From the optical and sound image to the recollection
2
Sheets of past according to Resnais Memory world
3
Recapitulation of images
25
The timeimage and its subordination to
41
The two forms of recognition according to Bergson
49
Larger and larger circuits From the optical and sound
55
The crystals of time
68
Orson Welles and the question of truth Critique
146
From the point of view of the story truthful story
152
Cinema body and brain
189
Give me a brain The cinema of the brain and
204
Cinema and politics The people are missing
215
The components of the image
225
The third kind of speechact act of storytelling
241
Conclusions
262

Actual and virtual according to Bergson Bergsonian
78
Peaks of present and sheets
98
the sheets of past according
105
The laws of transformation of sheets undecidable
116
The powers of the false
126
The direct timeimage From opsigns and sonsigns
270
The usefulness of theory in the cinema
280
Glossary
335
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