Cinema 1: The Movement-Image - The Action-Image, The Large Form Summary & Analysis

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The Action-Image, The Large Form Summary and Analysis

Moving from situation to action or "secondness" encourages realism constituted by milieus that actualize and behavioral modes embodied with action-image to present a relation between the two in all its varieties. The milieu, also called environment or setting, contains qualities and powers that act as forces. Within the set, there are two forces Deleuze calls "inverse spirals" that narrow to action and broaden towards a new situation like an hourglass with the formula SAS' similar to Burch's "the large form." This action-image has two poles or signs, one of which is called "synsign" and the other "binomial." For example, the feint or parry is a binomial, and clearing of the street for a duel in Western films is a "binomial" because the hero tries to outguess where and what the villain is going...

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