Poetry and Cinema
- David Publishing
- Publication Type:
- Journal Article
- Journal of Literature and Art Studies, 2012, 2 (4), pp. 480 - 482 (3)
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Poetry can be seen as a means for communicating a message in a unique vision. The same can be applied to cinema. Literature precedes the making of a film in most cases. The preparation for a movie is written in much details, be it for stories, scenes, dialogues, storyboards, or technical descriptions. In that extend, words are the genesis of cinema. Poetry is a unique way to express one’s point of view in a metaphoric way, far from common means of communicating a message. This purpose is the one of many a film director with daring, controversial, or highly personal ideas. The study will concentrate on the link of cinema with poetry based on the concept of rhymes and rhythms.
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