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FILM 226 Critical Inquiry (MacKenzie) Week Three Notes.docx

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Department
Film and Media
Course
FILM 226
Professor
Leslie W Mac Kenzie
Semester
Winter

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FILM 226: Critical Inquiry (MacKenzie) Week Three: • 1967/1968: Jean Luc Godard was critically acclaimed - He was a film making rock star - He hit a brick wall after Weekend - He becomes a Maoist • The weekend represents a time that is unconstructed • Weekend is a pseudo-marxist film • Capital vs. structuring your life • It is a film about inversions-> turning things on their heads • A person cannibalizes their life for work • Opening scene: femininity is inverted, the woman is in control of the narration of the fantasy • The shooting in the parking lot = two men competing •
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