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AutorSAVI, Melina Pereira
TítuloCentral Station and issues of indentity in film form and critical debates
OrientadorAnelise Reich Corseuil
UniversidadeUniversidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis
Instituição/ProgramaPrograma de Pós-Graduação em Letras
GrauMestrado
Data de entrega2009
Data de defesa07.12.2009
Descrição físicav.1; 138 f.
DisponibilidadeBiblioteca Universitária UFSC
Fontecapes.gov.br / repositorio.ufsc.br
ResumoThis research addresses questions related to the construction of a Brazilian cultural identity in the film Central Station, directed by Walter Salles, from the perspective of film form, and concerning the critical debates prompted by the film in Brazilian and American reviews. The film is argued to be, by the director himself, a metaphor for the search for identity, both personal, in the case on the main characters, Dora and Josué, and national, since the film encourages the association of the characters' journey to a search for a Brazilian identity. What this research sought to find were the elements in film form that relate to this hypothesis of the film as a metaphor for the search of identity, and how and if the critical debates prompted by the film identified the issue of identity. For the issue of identity, critics such as Stuart Hall, Robert Stam, and Zygmunt Bauman were invoked. For Film Studies, theorists such as Bordwell and Marcel Martin were used. For readings in Brazilian Cinema, the works of Luiz Zanin Oricchio, Robert Stam and Sidney Ferreira Leite were used. The analysis showed that the film, indeed, brings elements that can be related to a metaphor for the search for identity.
Acesso eletrônicoONLINE - https://repositorio.ufsc.br/handle/123456789/92355




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