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Vladimir Mirzoev's 'Essays on Freedom' as a Triptych of the Absurd Drama and a Series of Cinematographic Novels
Abstract.The subject of the research is the cinematographic language and artistic features of Vladimir Mirzoev's cinematographic novels 'Tutors', 'Dangerous Man', 'Paradise' from the piont of view of stylistics of the Absurdist drama of the Western European (Samuel Beckett and others) and Russian (Vladimir Nabokov and Alexander Vampilov and others) traditions. The authors of the article analyze the structure of narration, artistic world model and secondary semantization (symbolic detail) of what is reflected in picture, intertextuality (references to the images of the social unconscious) and archetypic constructs. The authors have used traditional methods of semiotics and structuralism, in particular, analysis of the artistic model of the novel as a frame consisting of complete and incomplete slots referring to artistic traditions, archetypes, and social traditional constructs. The novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the authors carry out a scientific analysis of modern cinematographic language using the methodology of Russian structuralism and semiotics, and reconstruction of messages from Vladimir Mirzoev's novel 'Dangerous Man'. The authors pay special attention to the artistic space, time, and novelistic techniques of constructing the film narrative, images of heroes, symbolic details (including colour, material texture in picture, and etc.), audio-visual counterpoint (including music and speech in picture), separation in 'plans'.
Keywords: sound-visual counterpoint, world model, narratology, symbolic detail, intertextuality, archetype, cinema novel, structuralism, semiotics, cinematic drama of the absurd
Article was received:14-06-2018
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