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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Love this: Slow Analysis in THE ‘BLUE VELVET’ PROJECT, #125 | Frame by Frame via Filmmaker Magazine


By Nicholas Rombes in Uncategorized on Monday, June 18th, 2012

"Second #5875, 97:55

André Bazin once wrote, in “The Life and Death of Superimposition” (1946), that

the fantastic in the cinema is possible only because of the irresistible realism of the photographic image. It is the image that can bring us face to face with the unreal, that can introduce the unreal into the world of the visible.

By this point in Blue Velvet, with only around 20 minutes left in the film, we might feel justified in thinking that we have figured out the geographic parameters of its narrative world. The hardware store. The hospital room. Jeffrey’s car. Jeffrey’s home....

[Over the period of one full year — three days per week — The Blue Velvet Project will seize a frame every 47 seconds of David Lynch’s classic to explore. These posts will run until second 7,200 in August 2012....]

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