There are times in Cinema, as in any other art, when in order to truly grasp the meaning of what we see
we need to abandon the very same analysis we often do to get to it. Because many times, while searching for the
meaning, we keep distracting ourselves with the question of ‘what does this mean?’ when instead we should be looking.
It is true, that there are images without a profound use; but, is it really that important that we understand everything?
I say let’s relinquish security and get lost into the innate poetry of these mysterious images…!
1. All illegal substance-abuse is permitted throughout screening.
2. For those who’d like some reading as well, here’s a suggestion:
David Bordwell: ‘Art-Cinema Narration’, in his Narration in the Fiction Film (London:Routledge, 1986), pp. 205-233
(And because taste is irrelevant, all films below are listed in a chronological order.)Read less