Title: How has the experience of cinema-going changed over the past century
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||December 31, 2013|
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Each of these writers has varying feelings to cinema-going over the past century and this essay will aim to address these different aspects.
Roland Barthes' in his article ?Leaving the Movie Theatre' provides us with an interesting way of looking at cinema-going. He paints a picture at the start of his article about moviegoers always leaving the cinema in a hypnotic state, describing the moviegoer is "a little dazed, wrapped up in himself?sleepy?and he feels a little disjointed...
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He paints a picture at the start of his article about moviegoers always leaving the cinema in a hypnotic state, describing the moviegoer is "a little dazed, wrapped up in himself?sleepy?and he feels a little disjointed." (Barthes, R. 1986) These traits are common to moviegoers as they leave the cinema...
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