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Narration in the Fiction Film (edition 1985)

by David Bordwell

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Title:Narration in the Fiction Film
Authors:David Bordwell
Info:University of Wisconsin Press (1985), Paperback, 384 pages
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What is cinematic storytelling? How can we understand its technique and complexities? What are its extents and limitations? In this monumental work, David Bordwell catalogues every aspect of film narrative, offering insight into an amazing variety of fiction films. The author, who is as comfortable talking about Al Jolson movies as he is describing the career of Jean-Luc Godard, has made a major contribution to film studies and the field of narrative theory.

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