Persona and Cinematic Form. The Aesthetic Richness of Cinema I.
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Shadow vs. Light, Shadow vs. Substance, White vs. Black, Foreground vs. Background, Juxtaposition vs. Separation, Right vs. Left, Front vs. Back, Face vs. Faceless, Open vs. Closed Gestures, Tiredness vs. Wakefulness, Filmy vs. Edged, Silence vs. Speaking, Youth vs. Experience, Healing vs. Illness, Listening vs. Addressing, Faithfulness vs. Unfaithfulness, Word vs. Image, Innocence vs. Prurience, Hope vs. Despair, Looking and Being Looked At, Voyeurism vs. Participation
Doubled Existence, Ambivalence about What is Real, the Emptiness of Speech and the Fullness of Silence = Growing Feeling of Anxiety and then Horror at the Other Occupying One’s Self