Desire
in Film modernism
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There is a considerable gap in the classical film and in Visconti’s films between what fictively is represented to have happened and the instance of the representation-narration of it. The film transforms (represents) past events, words, gestures, characters into a fictional immediacy (as if they are in the present). In fact, such narratives are primarily an evocation and memory of the past expressed in the present

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