A Certain Realism: Making Use of Pasolini's Film Theory and Practice

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Pier Paolo Pasolini (1922-1975) was arguably the most complex director of postwar Italian cinema. His films - "Accattone", "The Canterbury Tales", "Medea", "Salo" - continue to challenge and entertain new generations of moviegoers. A leftist, a homosexual, and a distinguished writer of fiction, poetry, and criticism, Pasolini once claimed that 'a certain realism' informed his filmmaking. Masterfully combining analyses of Pasolini's literary and theoretical writings and of all his films, Maurizio Viano offers the first thorough study of Pasolini's cinematic realism, in theory and in practice. He finds that Pasolini's cinematic career exemplifies an 'expressionistic realism' that acknowledges its subjective foundation instead of striving for an impossible objectivity. Focusing on the personal and expressionistic dimensions of Pasolini's cinema, Viano also argues that homosexuality is present in the films in ways that critics have thus far failed to acknowledge. Sure to generate controversy among film scholars, Italianists, and fans of the director's work, this accessible film-by-film treatment is an ideal companion for anyone watching Pasolini's films on video.

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Pier Paolo Pasolini (1922-1975) was arguably the most complex director of postwar Italian cinema. His films - "Accattone", "The Canterbury Tales", "Medea" and "Salo" - continue to challenge and entertain new generations of cinema audiences. A leftist, homosexual and distinguished writer of fiction, poetry and criticism, Pasolini once claimed that "a certain realism" informed his filmmaking. Combining analyses of Pasolini's literary and theoretical writings with critiques of his films, Maurizio Viano offers a thorough study of Pasolini's cinematic realism, in theory and in practice. He argues that homosexual themes are present in these films in a manner that critics have thus far failed to acknowledge.

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Descrizione libro University of California Press, United States, 1993. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. New.. 224 x 150 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Pier Paolo Pasolini (1922-1975) was arguably the most complex director of postwar Italian cinema. His films--Accattone, The Canterbury Tales, Medea, Salo--continue to challenge and entertain new generations of moviegoers. A leftist, a homosexual, and a distinguished writer of fiction, poetry, and criticism, Pasolini once claimed that a certain realism informed his filmmaking. Masterfully combining analyses of Pasolini s literary and theoretical writings and of all his films, Maurizio Viano offers the first thorough study of Pasolini s cinematic realism, in theory and in practice. He finds that Pasolini s cinematic career exemplifies an expressionistic realism that acknowledges its subjective foundation instead of striving for an impossible objectivity. Focusing on the personal and expressionistic dimensions of Pasolini s cinema, Viano also argues that homosexuality is present in the films in ways that critics have thus far failed to acknowledge. Sure to generate controversy among film scholars, Italianists, and fans of the director s work, this accessible film-by-film treatment is an ideal companion for anyone watching Pasolini s films on video. Codice libro della libreria AAH9780520078550

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Descrizione libro University of California Press, United States, 1993. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. New.. 224 x 150 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Pier Paolo Pasolini (1922-1975) was arguably the most complex director of postwar Italian cinema. His films--Accattone, The Canterbury Tales, Medea, Salo--continue to challenge and entertain new generations of moviegoers. A leftist, a homosexual, and a distinguished writer of fiction, poetry, and criticism, Pasolini once claimed that a certain realism informed his filmmaking. Masterfully combining analyses of Pasolini s literary and theoretical writings and of all his films, Maurizio Viano offers the first thorough study of Pasolini s cinematic realism, in theory and in practice. He finds that Pasolini s cinematic career exemplifies an expressionistic realism that acknowledges its subjective foundation instead of striving for an impossible objectivity. Focusing on the personal and expressionistic dimensions of Pasolini s cinema, Viano also argues that homosexuality is present in the films in ways that critics have thus far failed to acknowledge. Sure to generate controversy among film scholars, Italianists, and fans of the director s work, this accessible film-by-film treatment is an ideal companion for anyone watching Pasolini s films on video. Codice libro della libreria AAH9780520078550

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