Keyword : Terrence Malick
A nuanced analysis of the subtle complexities of image and thought in Malick's masterpiece, The Tree of Life.
A philosophical reading of Malick's The Thin Red Line, stemming from Arthur Schopenhauer's notion (from his seminal The World as Will and Representation) that humans can only know the world as well or as poorly as they know themselves.
A first impression account of Malick's eagerly anticipated The Tree of Life.
An analysis of Terence Malick's phenomenological-influenced approach to cinematic objects, an approach which expands our conception of 'film realism' and certain formal codes of film language (like point of view).
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