Cinema 1: The Movement-Image - From Affect to Action, The impulse image Summary & Analysis

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From Affect to Action, The impulse image Summary and Analysis

Naturalism appears between action-image realism and affection-image idealism. This is the realm of an area no longer the former but not yet the latter that Deleuze identifies as "Originary Worlds/Elementary Impulses." He claims this area is not merely transitional but has its own consistency and autonomy as an originary world he calls naturalism. This originary world does not exist apart from the geographical and historical environment in whose depths it springs forth as a derived milieu. Naturalism refers to four dimensions at the same time the author identifies as originary world/derived milieu and impulses/modes of behavior. Stroheim and Bunuel are cinematic masters of naturalism whose originary worlds are localized in locations where the whole film occurs as a closed world from beginning to end. The most...

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