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|Title:||A propósito del sistema estético de Luis Buñuel (Note)|
|Authors:||Bonilla Cerezo, Rafael|
|Publisher:||Venezia : Edizioni Ca' Foscari|
|Series/Report no.:||Rassegna Iberistica;101/2014|
|Abstract:||This review of Pedro Poyato’s book, El sistema estético de Luis Buñuel (Bilbao, University of País Vasco, 2011), highlights aspects such as the impulse-images of Calanda’s genius; the ‘ugly-ist’ iconography; the suspension of the meaning of the narrative; the declarative statements turned into terms of aggression; the ‘diminished’ narrators; the free adaptation that turns the literary text of departure into the final film; and the construction of the surrealist form, which does not so much follow Buñuel’s written scripts as the takes he elaborates based on his words and often those of others.|
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