"Stille Revolution" in der deutschen Filmkunst nach der Wende

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Title "Stille Revolution" in der deutschen Filmkunst nach der Wende
Tytuł równoległy: "Silent revolution" in the german film art after the turn
Autor: Pogoda-Kołodziejak, Adriana
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/2069
Date: 2018
Źródło: Национальные коды европейской литературы в диахроническом аспекте: античность – современность / отв. ред. Т. А. Шарыпина, И. К. Полуяхтова, М. К. Меньщикова. Нижний Новогрод: ДЕКОМ, 2018, s. 323-331
Abstract: It is easy to observe strong tendencies towards Americanization of movies in contemporary European cinema, that means showing them in a direct way, without ambiguity and the possibility of individual interpretation. The cinema becomes only an entertainment and every of its story is supposed to end with a happy end straight from Hollywood. Yet it shouldn‟t be forgotten that historical movies are not only a story about old events, but also a medium of collective memory. When watching them, we should thoroughly consider if we are not dealing with a “silent revolution”, a distortion or concealment of facts forming the base of the true history.

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