Sometimes the most mundane of art is the most heart hitting. An example of such notion is that of the film, Paterson, released in 2007 and directed by Jim Jarmusch. Explain and discuss the realism and beautiful simplicity behind the straight to the point but yet full of emotion story in this film. Discuss how it is able to utilize poetry to drive the main character forward.

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Sometimes the most mundane of art is the most heart hitting. An example of such notion is that of the film, Paterson, released in 2007 and directed by Jim Jarmusch. Explain and discuss the realism and beautiful simplicity behind the straight to the point but yet full of emotion story in this film. Discuss how it is able to utilize poetry to drive the main character forward. Discuss how the conversation between the artist and the narrator is triggered by the film and how this scene is transformed by the interaction of the two characters. And finally, examine the degree to which the film has been reduced to a series of silent, long shots. (The films short, thirty-minute run time is also an effective contrast to the length of the silent film.) The silence is punctuated by the sound of two voices. The narrator is a male voice, a male who has a profound understanding of the role of the female in the relationship with the male partner. The voice tells of a mutual understanding of the relationship, the discussion of which is interrupted by the male protagonist. The discussion is interrupted again by a shot of the female protagonist, who turns to the male narrator and says, I dont know what this is all about. But the male narrator, still unsure of what is happening, says, Its about love. And she says, Its about love.The same silence in the film serves as a counterpoint to the silence of the male narrator. In it, we hear the voice of the female protagonist, who asks the male narrator, Why did you leave me? and he says, Im afraid I was afraid. And she says, Its about love. And he says, Its about love. And she says, Its about love. And she says, Its about love.And he says, Im afraid I was afraid. And she says, Its about love. And he says, Its about love. And she says, Its about love. And she says, Its about love. And she says, Its about love. And she says, Its about love. And he says, I dont know what this is all about. And she says, Im afraid youre about to die. And hes saying, I dont know what this is all about. And she says, Its about love. And hes saying, Its about love. And hes saying, Its about love.

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Sometimes the most mundane of art is the most heart hitting. An example of such notion is that of the film, Paterson, released in 2007 and directed by Jim Jarmusch. Explain and discuss the realism and beautiful simplicity behind the straight to the point but yet full of emotion story in this film. Discuss how it is able to utilize poetry to drive the main character forward. Explain that Paterson is a fictional character and that the moment he takes his place in the world as a real person, he is transformed. Explain how he is transformed into a real person and a literary character. And finally, try to explain how Patronsons transformation occurs. It happens to the rest of us as much as to the artist.The Other, 2009, is a four-minute video that follows a street trip from New York to Paris, and that was shot in the Parisian alleys of the Place Vendome. The action is set in the street, but it is also a street trip of the imagination. It is the visual equivalent of the street itself, and in this piece, the street is not only the site of the action, but the site of the encounter between two protagonists. A man and a woman are seen running. The man is a man, and the woman is a woman. The scene is divided into two parts: the first, the one on the left, is the one shown from the right. The second, on the right, is the one shown from the left. The action is slow-moving and unpredictable. The man is caught in a reverse position, and the woman is facing the right direction. The woman is in the same position as the man, but she is moving in a reverse direction. She is in a position of dominance, but it is unclear whether she is taking him or her in a fight. The two characters are engaged in a dialogue that can only take place between the two of them, but it cannot take place between them. The street is an arena in which two characters exchange positions and positions. This is the cinema of the imaginary; it is a space of action, and, at the same time, a place of nonexistence.The third and final segment, which is shown on the right, is the one shown from the left. It is the scene shown from the right.

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But the only real poetry is the emotional one of the characters expressing emotion. For the film to be moving, the viewer must be able to connect with the subject, and in the process, find a way to connect with the film. Paterson is a simple film. It should be as easy as it was for the audience to understand, and yet difficult to comprehend. The film is a meditation on the concept of film as the most often-seen film. It also raises the question of how we view the film and the ways in which the film can be experienced, discussed, and understood. Is it more important to ask the question of film as a place of expression or a place of production? Or is it the film that can make the question more interesting?—F. H. Morellet-PeñaTranslated from Spanish by Marguerite Shore.

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Sometimes the most mundane of art is the most heart hitting. An example of such notion is that of the film, Paterson, released in 2007 and directed by Jim Jarmusch. Explain and discuss the realism and beautiful simplicity behind the straight to the point but yet full of emotion story in this film. Discuss how it is able to utilize poetry to drive the main character forward. A poet, a poet, a painter, a poet, a poet. . . . An art that can turn the heart into a tear, that can make us feel as if we were a part of a body of water, a water that we can plunge into, as the poet has done. So when the heart stops, the body can move and the film can go on and on. . . . I feel the world is a sea of consciousness, and I am a mystic. . . .The heart is a sign of a people, a body of people, of a place, of a time. Its the difference between a heart and a sign of a people. The heart is a symbol of the human body, the body of a living being. It is a body that has the power of an emblem, a sign that speaks about human experience, human connection, human need. The heart is also a sign of the light that the great Italian poet Luigi Ontani discovered in the caves of the Sienese village of Piacenza in the province of Lombardy. The cave reveals the presence of the light of knowledge, the light that penetrates the darkness of the mind, of the unconscious, the light of light that penetrates the darkness of the body. The cave symbolizes the darkness that underlies all human experience. Ontanis discovery of this darkness is a profound one, but it is also a sign of the human world. The darkness that is the sign of the unknown that is human experience is the darkness that is the sign of the unknown that is the mystery of the world. . . .The poem by Mario Schifano, in which we read the phrase Un Rituelo di un mondo (A little song), suggests a connection between the heart and the unconscious. In this work, Schifano appropriates the words of the poet, and thus brings together two worlds that are inseparable.

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