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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.27.2017.tde-09032017-104856
Document
Author
Full name
Kim Wilheim Doria
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Machado Junior, Rubens Luis Ribeiro (President)
Arantes, Paulo Eduardo
Xavier, Ismail Norberto
Title in Portuguese
O horror não está no horror: cinema de gênero, anos Lula e luta de classes no Brasil
Keywords in Portuguese
Anos Lula
Arte e política
Cinema brasileiro contemporâneo
Gêneros cinematográficos
História da crítica
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho se propõe a interpretar o diálogo travado por obras do cinema brasileiro contemporâneo com o repertório do cinema de gênero. A partir de questões suscitadas pela análise fílmica de obras como O invasor (Beto Brant, 2002) e Trabalhar cansa (Juliana Rojas e Marco Dutra, 2011), procura-se refletir sobre o discurso totalizador operado formalmente no cinema contemporâneo de ficção, os valores canônicos de nossa tradição crítica e sua relação com os gêneros cinematográficos e sobre a dinâmica sociopolítica na história recente do país.
Title in English
Horror is not in horror: Movie Genre, Lula Years and Class Struggle in Brazil.
Keywords in English
Art and politics
Contemporary Brazilian cinema
Film genres
History of criticism
Lula Years
Abstract in English
This work aims to interpret the dialogue made by works of contemporary Brazilian cinema with the repertoire of genre cinema. As from issues raised by film analysis of works such as The Trespasser (Beto Brant, 2002) and Hard Labour (Juliana Rojas and Marco Dutra, 2011), it seeks to reflect on the totalizing discourse formally operated in the contemporary fiction cinema, on the canonical values of our critical tradition and its relation to film genres and on the socio-political dynamics in Brazil's recent history.
 
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2017-03-09
 
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