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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What country does Deleuze credit with intensive trends?
2. Which of these terms describes a geometrical frame?
3. In what film does Griffith's martyred girl appear?
(a) Useless Hopes.
(b) Social Sorrows.
(c) Broken Blossoms.
(d) Shattered Dreams.
4. The alternation of light and shadow replace what opposition?
(a) Quantitative trends.
(b) Dialectic trends.
(c) Organic trends.
(d) Intensive trends.
5. What is the example used in Bergson's third thesis to demonstrate the point?
(a) Hot and cold water mixing.
(b) Tea bags in water creating tea.
(c) Sugar dissolving in water.
(d) Flour, water, and sugar being mixed.
6. The conflict between materialism and which other element is a duality of image and movement?
7. What does Deleuze claim that cinema offers?
(a) Perfected movement.
(b) Successful movement.
(c) False movement.
(d) Pathetic movement.
8. Which adjective best describes a montage set?
9. A set or group of elements that act on the center is known as which term?
10. Who discovered composition of movement as images with organic unity?
11. Sequence shots and long-duration shots show unity of which of the following?
(b) Second level shots.
12. What is said to occur in the gap between action and reaction?
13. What are qualitative non-extended images?
(a) Ideas with perception.
(b) Ideas without perception.
(c) Ideas with dimension in the mind.
(d) Ideas without dimension in the mind.
14. What apparatus is described as being pure vision of the non-human eye?
15. What is the name of the instrument that unites any point in any order?
Short Answer Questions
1. Bergson identified which of the following as translation in space?
2. What is the second quality Deleuze attributes to Sternberg?
3. What do "firstness" and "secondness" classify?
4. Movement's third subdivision is into which category?
5. In a montage, how often does the camera move?
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