Oddramatyzowanie akcji i antyklimaks w kinie współczesnym


  • Jacek Ostaszewski Uniwersytet Jagielloński



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dedramatisation of film action, anti-climax in the feature film


The paper discusses the influence of modernist aesthetics on the changes in the dramatic structure of film. In the films analysed by the author, the typical tricks for the classical model, such as dramatisation of action and climax as the classic denouement, are etiolated, turning into their antitheses: de-dramatising of action and anti-climax. On the examples of films such as: The Four Hundred Blows by F. Truffaut, The Adventure by M. Antonioni, Gran Torino by C. Eastwood, The Mist by F. Darabont, Smoke by W. Wang, and Three Monkeys and Once Upon a Time in Anatolia by N.B. Ceylan, the author demonstrates the functions and artistic potential of denouements which shift attention from action to characters and leave the viewer with the dilemma of an “open” ending.


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Ostaszewski, J. (2018). Oddramatyzowanie akcji i antyklimaks w kinie współczesnym. Panoptikum, (19), 80–94. https://doi.org/10.26881/pan.2018.19.06