From: gyoungblood (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Aug 15 2006 - 08:13:53 PDT
Thanks. This is research for an article, with no film rental budget, so all examples have to be on DVD. Another term for what I'm talking about is soliloquy, but that refers to longer and more formal subjective reflections, as in Hamlet.
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Subject: Re: [FRAMEWORKS] interior monologue
Melville, "Army of Shadows" (L'Armee des ombres)
The early scene where the commander of the internment camp sizes up the Gerbier character is an excellent example of this, though it happens elsewhere in the film as well.
The new print(s) in distribution right now is (are) gorgeous.
It has been a long time since seeing it but perhaps "Berlin Alexanderplatz"?
On Aug 15, 2006, at 6:59 AM, gyoungblood wrote:
A real interior monologue is first-person present-tense speech in which the protagonist talks to him or herself, not to the spectator.
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