Cinema 1: The Movement-Image Quotes

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"The upshot of this third thesis is that we find ourselves on three levels: (1) the sets or closed systems which are defined by discernible objects or distant parts; (2) the movement of translation which is established between these objects and modifies their respective positions; (3) the duration or the whole, a spiritual reality which constantly changes according to its own relations." Chapter 1, pg. 11.

"Because it is the same movement, sometimes composing, sometimes decomposing; these are the two aspects of the same movement. And this movement is the shot, the concrete intermediary between a whole which has changes and a set which has parts, and which constantly converts the one into the other according to its two facets." Chapter 2, pg. 22.

"The French school could be contrasted point by point with German Expressionism. The reply to 'more movement!' is 'more light!' Movement is unleashed, but to serve the light, to...

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