«-Veo…-¿Que ves ? » : Une brèche vers l'Autre scène : Autour de La Morte rouge, film de Victor Erice, 2006

Abstract : The film La Morte rouge commissioned to Victor Erice by curators of the exhibition: Victor Erice / Abbas Kiarostami: Correspondances (Barcelona 2006 / Paris 2007), plunges into the memory of the first fight of the child spectator with the violence of the world unveiled by cinema. How does the taste of cinema come to childhood? Especially in the time before the irruption of animated images in the domestic universe with television, and in the context of crises like in 1946 in Basque Country, where the Francoist repression, Terror Blanco, will not finally known only a slight respite. The disturbance felt by the child face to the projection of the American film The Scarlet Claw formes an experience of the elsewhere in a Spain ordered to the fold back and fence, thus marking the insubordination of constructions of the imaginary. La Morte rouge holds our attention for several reasons. It proposes itself as the audiovisual implementation of an imaginary representation of the territories of childhood. But it is also constituted as a proposal to integrate the individual experience of a child at the dawn of his individuation in a history of awakening to the World and to the Other. Finally, to propose himself as a "style factory" for this child, who is destined to become the author of one of the most fecund works of Spanish cinema at the end of Francoism.
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Pierre Arbus. «-Veo…-¿Que ves ? » : Une brèche vers l'Autre scène : Autour de La Morte rouge, film de Victor Erice, 2006. Entrelacs, https://journals.openedition.org, 2018. ⟨hal-01959692⟩

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