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What Do Those Old Films Mean? Volume 4 - France 1904-1912--The Ene
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Volume 4: France 1904-1912--The Enemy Below. "One of the most remarkable features of the seventh art is its unanimous appeal to the masses, with none of the intellectual preparation needed for literature or music," wrote Louis Delluc, and in this fascinating program covering the early years of cinema in France, film historian and critic Noel Burch follows the thesis that the appeal of the silent French cinema was to the working class. "We were attracted to everything denied us by a moral code laid down by others: luxury, wild parties, the great brass band of vices and the image of woman too, but a woman heroized, elevated to adventuressa generation of young men fell head over heels in love with Musidora in Les Vampires," wrote the poet Louis Aragon. 26 mins.


Product ID: 8029
Category: Movies/Videos
Supporting language: French
Platforms/media types: VHS Video Tape