Analysis Of The Film ' The Basement Of The Grand Cafe Des Capucines Boulevard ' Paris '

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Cinematograph story began on December 28, 1895 in the basement of the Grand Cafe des Capucines Boulevard in Paris. The creators of this invention were Gustav and Antoine Lumiere. The film uses the illusion of the human eye, the reading sequence in rapid succession, still images, in which subjects slightly change shape and position, as a single image showing the change in location or shape of these objects. In the same time Freud started his new movement in psychology by publication “Studies in hysteria”. The film is a kind of delusion hung on between the real world and the illusion just like a dream. Therefore, this form of artistic expression has been linked immediately with psychoanalysis. Cinema and psychoanalysis had a huge influence on the development of perception and view of the contemporary artistic expression, science and technology. Through close to human awareness as its recipient and participant featured content of these two types of expression of human emotions merged towards the end of the nineteenth century. Lou Andreas- Salome wrote “The movies really play a role of no small significance for us” at February 1913, he also added “ and this is not the first time I have thought about this fact” (Andreas-Salome 1987: 101). Metz in his book, which he titled “ In the social life of our age” in 1977 wrote: “ the fiction film enters into functional competition with the daydream”. He was also one of the main people who started a new psychoanalytic theory of movie in…

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