The reality effect

film culture and the graphic imperative

By Black, Joel

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ISBN
978-0-41593-721-4
Publisher
New York ; Routledge, 2002.


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Reviewed on December 1, 2001

"In today's film culture, our sense of what is real is determined, conditioned, and mediated as never before by movies and the other recording media," Black writes. As he demonstrates, today everything must be filmed, and there is a widespread perception that if it is filmed, it is legitimate or true. However, special effects, not to mention the subconscious, can fake reality. Drawing on psychoanalysis, film c...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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