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|Title: ||Imaginar metáforas de amor, sexo e fé: uma leitura literária de Breaking the Waves (1996) de Lars von Trier|
|Authors: ||Pereira, Cláudia Sousa|
|Editors: ||Cine-Clube de Avanca|
|Keywords: ||cinema e literatura|
metáfora literária e visual
|Issue Date: ||2016|
|Publisher: ||Cine-Clube de Avanca|
|Citation: ||«Imaginar metáforas de amor, sexo e fé: uma leitura literária de Breaking the Waves (1996) de Lars von Trier», Avanca Cinema International Conference 2016, Edições Cine-Clube de Avanca, Avanca, 2016, ISBN 978-989-96858-8-8, pp. 151-155.|
|Abstract: ||Either with words or images, the expression of feelings results, in a work of art, in communication. If this was not the case, the work would not require a spectator or a reader. And if words suggest images from what its author refers to and a countless number of figurations may happen, the images from a film reveal what you can see. We are often left with "just" the space for those facts to shape up as possible meanings to which we react with emotion or with a particular intellectualization, finding exactly what we call readings or interpretations.
Starting from a definition of literature that we see spilled in the work prospected from the polysystem theory by Itamar Even-Zohar from the Porter Institute for Poetics and Semiotics (University of Tel-Aviv), we consider the dynamic character of every cultural moment/object. This is how a literary reading, that is to apply some of the methodologies in the interpretation of a literary work, is allowed to extend to other cultural objects.
This is what we are going to do with Lars von Trier's Breaking the Waves, a landmark in cinema for what the movement and manifest Dogma 95 represents, but that for a literature reader particularly focused on the narration of love in its different manifestations - in which sex and faith are included - a corpus is revealed, filled with interpretative possibilities and emotional reactions, important condiments particularly to the spectator and/or interested reader.|
|Appears in Collections:||LLT - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings|
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