Sensorial thought: cinema, perspective and Anthropology 1. Eisenstein attempted to draw a parallel between cinematic language and the way in which primitive thought is manifested, arguing that both based on the principle of non-contradiction, on the idea of a simultaneity between 'self' and 'other,' and on metonymization as a way of intensifying sensorial experience. This sensorial thought produces a particular 'perspective,' an engagement between spectator and screen character. By drawing together Cinema and Anthropology, Eisenstein produces a powerful reflection on the concepts of image, alterity, perspective and the senses.
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Abstract: The book What is cinema? Divided in 36 essays, the book brings theories about montage, propaganda film, realism, interaction between movie and other artes, eroticism, western etc.
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