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Sobre el cine, 40 Semana Internacional de Cine de Valladolid, Quick jump to page content. Home Archives Vol 13 No 1 Articles. Buenos Aires, Art criticism finds serious trouble when the artist output shows inner contradictions wich cannot be explained by the artistic genius. This article tries to explain the multiplicity of styles found in the multiplicity of styles found in the filmography of the Danish Carl Theodor Dreyer, plurality wich makes difficult the general understanding of his work, beyond the admiration that his movies arise.
It tries to explain how, beginning with a first period marked by the influence of naturalism, those different styles alternate according with dialectic movements of advance and regression, till consolidate the neoclassic gaze that explains the period of maturity of the filmmaker. Cinema, Dreyer, Neoclasicism. Reflexiones sobre mi oficio, Paid6s, Barcelona, Details Article Details Issue. Vol 13 No 1 The texts published in this journal are subject to the following terms: 1.
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