Tuesday, 27 October 2009

A Moving Picture Paints 24,000 Words a Second. Hitchcock. Rear Window

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A Moving Picture Paints 24,000 Words a Second

Alfred Hitchcock

Rear Window


Gilles Deleuze

Cinema I
Cinéma 1

Chapter 12. The Crisis of the Action-Image
Chapitre 12. la crise de l'image-action

1. Peirce's 'thirdness' and mental relations
1. La « tiercéité » selon Peirce, et les relations mentales.



It is the camera, and not a dialogue, which explains why the hero of Rear Window has a broken leg (photos of the racing car, in his room, broken camera). [Deleuze, Cinema 1, 1986:205-206]

C’est la cam’era, et non pas un dialogue, qui explique pourquoi le héros de « Fenêtre sur cour » a la jambe cassée (photos de voiture de course, dans sa chambre, appareil de photo brisé). [Deleuze Cinéma 1, 1983:272a].


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Deleuze, Gilles. Cinema 1: The Movement-Image. Transl. Hugh Tomlinson & Barbara Habberjam, London: Continuum, 1986

Deleuze, Gilles. Cinéma 1: L'image-mouvement. Paris: Les éditions de minuit, 1983.



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