Cinema 1: The Movement-Image - The Affection-Image Qualities, Powers, Any-Space-Whatevers Summary & Analysis

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The Affection-Image Qualities, Powers, Any-Space-Whatevers Summary and Analysis

The complex entity or the expressed identifies a whole actual state of things, which could be a person, thing or character, like Jack the Ripper. That complex entity has parts with qualities or potentialities as well. For example, a knife-blade has brightness under light. These "power-qualities" are anticipatory because they prepare the event, for example a slash of the knife. A face, or equivalent, expresses affect in an individual state and real connections. Specifically for example, an actress provides her face and the part while a director creates the affect or form to put them to work. Internal composition of close-up includes framing, cutting and montage in relation to other shots and images that make up external composition linked to other actions and expressed entities. The technical means must fit with affective framing...

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