David Lynch y el devenir. Cine de la filosofía

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portada David Lynch y el devenir. Cine de la filosofía

Year: 2016
Pages: 256
Writer: Juan Diego Parra
Publishing: ITM publishing Fund

Synopsis: This book seeks the implications of Deleuzian analysis in the work of David Lynch film director, taking it as a case of exception in the evolution of cinema today, where they are condensed so accurate searches of the French philosopher around the image and thought. There is therefore a devenir-cine of philosophy, as well as a devenir-filosofia of the cinema, starting from these two authors. The study includes the last productive phase of Lynch to the present, highlighting the sense of images from movies Lost Highway, Mulholland Dr. e Inland Empire, which we recognize the expressive capabilities of the American director variables that let you create image, in a cinematic experiment unprecedented that allows us to move from psycho-cinematography to the neuro-cinema.

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