Cinema 2: The Time-Image  

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Gilles Deleuze on film

Cinema 2: The Time-Image (French: Cinéma II: L'image-temps) is a film theory book by the philosopher Gilles Deleuze combining philosophy with film criticism.


Gilles Deleuze's Cinema 2

First Sentence:
Against those who defined Italian neo-realism by its social content, Bazin put forward the fundamental requirement of formal aesthetic criteria.
Key Phrases - Capitalized Phrases (CAPs):
Marguerite Duras, Last Year, Citizen Kane, First Name Carmen, Jerry Lewis, The Man Who Lies, Van Gogh, Della Nube, The Trial, Battleship Potemkin, Jean-Louis Schefer, Lola Montez, Michel Chion, The General Line, Three Things, Three Wives, Touch of Evil, Anna Magdalena, Buster Keaton, Fortini/Cani, Space Odyssey, The Barefoot Contessa, The Leopard, Brice Parain, Carmelo Bene


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