Brief Encounter (BFI Film Classics)

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While the doctor makes every effort possible to reduce the external noise, there is little or nothing that they can do to reduce internal noise. We even see the Pizza Planet truck carved as a wooden toy in her shop, which makes no sense unless she’s seen one before…(and I’m sure she has since that truck is in almost every Pixar movie). The term is used in various ways in media studies and semiotics. Certain ingredients help a disaster movie qualify as "fun." Special features (Disc two): Two early short-films by Pialet: Droles de bobines [Funny reels] (1957), L'Ombre familiere [The familiar shadow] (1958); the six short 1964 essay-documentaries made by Pialat in, and about, Turkey: Bosphore [Bosporus], Byzance [Byzantium], La corne d'or [The golden horn], Istanbul; Maitre Galip [Master Galip, and Pehlivan; 2004 interview with cinematographer Willy Kurant [16:00]; 1987 interview with Pialat about the Cinémathèque Française [14:00]; excerpt from a 2002 Pialat masterclass, discussing Maitre Galip [10:00]. 97 min.

Pages: 96

Publisher: British Film Institute (December 27, 1993)

ISBN: 0851703623

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