The next three chapters examine Tarkovsky's film style, arguing toward conclusions often quite at odds with more established notions about his films regarding narrative framework, use of symbolism and sound design. Everything important in art is in its style. It is never the abstract idea expressed that matter most, but the way it is expressed. Style is what makes art irreducible to its supposed idea, and thus defeats the compulsion to fit it into a binary. This is how I would describe my methodology, and I would argue it is also how Tarkovsky viewed making films.Chapter Three: The Tarkovsky Style Part One a Narrative There are too many temptations on every side: stereotypes, preconceptions, commonplaces, artistic ideas other than onea#39;s own. And really ita#39;s so easy to shoot a scene beautifully, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Soul that Thinks: Essays on Philosophy, Narrative and Symbol in the Cinema and Thought of Andrei Tarkovsky|
|Author||:||Daniel O. Jones|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|