quarta-feira, 4 de setembro de 2013

Cinema Francês: Detective (185), de Jean-Luc Godard.

A banda sonora é soberba. Um desfile de temas conhecidos...
Uma banda sonora que é uma experiência ( há excertos wagnerianos...) Adoro.
Vejam o filme, e leiam o artigo sobre o mesmo. Reparem no excerto:

  « Formal experimentation in Détective extends to the structure of the film itself. An obvious example can be noted in the way the credits don’t appear at the start or the end of the film but are, instead, interspersed throughout, contributing to the overall sense of disjunction and dislocation. But what is most striking about Détective are the experiments with the soundtrack. Détective is Godard’s first stereo film, and, with his collaborators, he takes the opportunity to play around with the music of Schubert, Wagner, Chopin, Liszt, Honegger, Chabrier, Ornette Coleman, and Jean Schwarz in surprising ways. There are times when the music functions emotionally, melodically, as it would in a genre film. But there are other times when the music is in the foreground, dominating the image, and creating a timbre and texture all of its own.»

Imperdível, hem?

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