Poétique Du Cinéma 1

Po tique Du Cin ma By Raul Ruiz

  • Title: Poétique Du Cinéma 1
  • Author: Raúl Ruiz
  • ISBN: 9782906571372
  • Page: 256
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    1. Raul Ruiz: filmmaker, theorist, philosopher, seer. This is an astounding treatise on film theory, providing a multiplicity of tools, both esoteric and incisive, for dissecting and constructing film. Or really any kind of narrative art. I'd really like to attempt to apply these concepts to comics as well (or writing, or, hell, even music).Like Calvino, whose Six Memos this shares some ideas and references with, Ruiz is a storyteller at heart (also, Carrington: "All Stories are true."), and for al [...]

    2. Raul Ruiz is one of those people who appear to be, deep in their hearts, total anarchists at war with the constraints of logic and societal expectations of meaning, but who in their expression are enamored with elaborate games, mazes and labyrinths, masks within masks within masks, and endless ramifications spun by logic run rampant. It's a very interesting combination, and his films are the very stimulating product of this combination.Check out Three Crowns of the Sailor, or Hypothesis of the S [...]

    3. But if cinema is the art of mixing up and combining discontinuous lengths of image, how can we rebel against industrial standards without producing monsters?So Central Conflict Theory is bad for cinema, or for boring film, but not boredom on film, which remains integral. Ozu both with and against Schopenhauer. So how to explain this cult of Ruiz? These poetics are convoluted, almost a gathering of whispers, a ridiculously rich vein of erudition which defiantly avoids film for two-thirds of the t [...]

    4. This book may have infinite potential for idea mining. It's extremely idea dense at the same time that it is obscure and mysterious to such a degree that I think no one can completely comprehend it (Ruiz may have comprehended himself, but that is far from certain). As I've said elsewhere, this is nominally about cinema, or else it is entirely about cinema. I won't make a definite pronouncement one way or the other.But it seems that people interested in the various arts, those who are interested [...]

    5. This is not just a vast and expansive theory of cinema but a treatise on the modern world at large - for in a lot of ways media has become the focal point of our lives (and as it dominates societal discourse you can't just turn around and rund away). Ruiz picks apart in audacious manner the dominant dogmas in cinema (be it central conflict theory or conventional schools of cutting) and contrasts them with his own theories.In the same sense this is a history book: The history of 20th century cine [...]

    6. In spite of the title, I read this in English translation after being told that Ruiz was often identified with the baroque. An interesting read, and much easier to get through than most film theory. That being said, you have to be careful to not simply breeze through the anecdotes and vignettes that compose the majority of this text. Reading Ruiz reminded me of Borges, Sarduy (but with fewer transvestites), or a post-structuralist theorist (he focuses on the peripheral and unseen underlying elem [...]

    7. Can't remember it anymore, but I couldn't remember it while I was reading it either. 90% went over my head, but whenever I was about to get bored there'd be some amazing passage making it all worthwhile. Ruiz is mad. Why can't I find the second volume for under $30?

    8. First reading done. Rereading needed. Wish I could find this in Spanish. Bland translation; Ruiz definitely talks between the lines.

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