Agnès Servenière

 

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"What is beautiful in movies is continuity cuts. Through the joints comes poetry."

Robert Bresson

 

"LAURA by Otto Preminger"

School leaving dissertation in ESRA.

It's about a shot by shot analysis of the movie. That deals with the connection between what the film makes spectators feel and what in the direction (so, technically) cause this feeling.

(IN FRENCH)

INTRODUCTION

ANALYSE

- PART I (sequences 1 to 5)

- PART II (sequences 6 to 8)

- PART III (sequences 9 to 15)

- PART IV (sequences 16 to 22)

CONCLUSION

Examiner: Jean-François Tarnowski

Comments: "Very good work, very good appropriation of a feature film: well followed through its major sequences. As a result, and analysed closely, mythological themes stand out from the film itself, without extrapolation: Pygmalion (page 7),the passion for a deadwoman(page 30), the power of love which brings back to life the dead woman, this arrival, a strong moment in the film, gives the strongest page of the dissertation (page 33), the childish nature of love desire (page 49). The connection with Fritz Lang's movie is quite closer pegged to the direction processing (page 58)…"

 

 

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