SPACE IN JAPANESE FILMS (Kilka uwag o przestrzeni w filmie japonskim)
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The article presents the way space is used and arranged in Japanese films. The differences between Japanese and European art (for example how objects are perceived, the role of perspective, the relation between the surface and the depth of the image) are reflected in how film images are constructed. The author points out certain key elements of image construction in Japanese cinematography. Kenji Mizoguchi, Yasujiro Ozu and Akira Kurosawa tried to develop their own rules of building visual space, and used perspective system used in traditional paintings.
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