• Escoptofilias terminales: 'Peeping Tom', artefacto reflexivo

    Author(s):
    José Angel GARCÍA LANDA (see profile)
    Date:
    2021
    Group(s):
    Film Studies, Narrative theory and Narratology
    Subject(s):
    Semiotics, Film criticism
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    Michael Powell, Semiotics of film, Scopophilia, Film studies, Narratology
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/k35k-gr10
    Abstract:
    Spanish Abstract: ´Peeping Tom´ (dir. Michael Powell, 1960), un clásico del cine de culto, nos sumerge en una intensa experiencia metafílmica. A base de acumulación mediática, repetición, inserción semiótico-perceptual, marcos dentro de marcos, y reflexividad casi hasta el infinito, saca la película un partido extraordinario a la semiótica básica del cine, a su mironismo básico, a sus patrones de identificación, a la manera en que el uso de la cámara guía y organiza nuestra experiencia pasiva. (Un retropost de 2011) ___________________________________________________________________________________ English Abstract: Watching 'Peeping Tom' (dir. Michael Powell, 1960), a classic of cult film, we experience an immersion in an intense metafilmic experience. By means of mediatic accumulation, repetition, semiotic-perceptual insertion, frames within frames, and almost infinite reflexivity, this film admirably exploits the basic semiotics of cinema, its elementary relience upon covert peeping, its patterns of identification, and the way the use of the camera guides and organizes our passive experience. (A retropost from 2011).
    Notes:
    First published in 'Vanity Fea' (2011)
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