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Canadian Review of Comparative Literature / Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée CRCL SEPTEMBER 2007 SEPTEMBRE RCLC 0319-051X/07/34.3/345 ©CANADIAN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE ASSOCIATION Th ere are several clear patterns, or common motifs, which characterize Th e Decalogue—a series of movies based on Ten Commandments. In this series the fi ctional...
Roman Ingarden has created a phenomenological approach to art that can adequately meet the most basic and most general problems of art in a way that by far supersedes all previous attempts. Another problem concerns the extent to which Ingarden’s answers can be accepted, but the very fact that these answers have been given sufficiently determines th...
The aim of this article is the formal description of the representing stratum of a film work. To begin with, we should point out that the relationship between the representing, registered and represented strata differs considerably from the relation between the representing and communicating strata. The first relation is directly based on a certain...
In several previous studies on the theme of the phenomenology of the cinema, we indicated the advantages resulting from the formal analysis of a film work.1 In this study, we want to refer to the article in which we proved the quasi-linguistic character of a film work (if we consider it as a system of signs).2 The aim of this text, however, is the...