NONVERBAL / DIALOGUE-FREE

by Ivan_F
very economical use of dialogue, dialogue is present but ultimately unimportant or no dialogue at all. Bruno Dumont on Outside Satan: [ … ] “I need spectators to participate in the film, to finish it,” he stated, an enthusiastic twinkle in his eye. “Hollywood films are alienating to the spectator because they use too much dialogue, too much explication and leave no space for the viewer. They depress me. I use direct sound, mono not stereo. Just direct sound, so for every shot there are only two sources. Sound creates an intimate effect: the sensation to feel the place. It makes the viewer enter. You have the liberty to hear what you want… Read more

very economical use of dialogue, dialogue is present but ultimately unimportant or no dialogue at all.

Bruno Dumont on Outside Satan:
[ … ] “I need spectators to participate in the film, to finish it,” he stated, an enthusiastic twinkle in his eye. “Hollywood films are alienating to the spectator because they use too much dialogue, too much explication and leave no space for the viewer. They depress me. I use direct sound, mono not stereo. Just direct sound, so for every shot there are only two sources. Sound creates an intimate effect: the sensation to feel the place. It makes the viewer enter. You have the liberty to hear what you want.” [ … ]
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/karin-badt/outside-satan-bruno-dumont_b_1102680.html

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