This paper examines a specific case of the dynamics of word/image, cinematic adaptation, and in particular connection with a recent movie, William Oldroyd's Lady Macbeth, taken from a short story by Leskov. The movie offers a significant example of a pictorial and elliptical style, which deeply exploits the narrative force of details, single pregnant shots, and short sequences, activating an uncanny negative empathy towards the protagonist.

Allusioni, ellissi, dettagli Sul narrare pittorico di "Lady Macbeth" (UK 2016)

FUSILLO MASSIMO
2017-01-01

Abstract

This paper examines a specific case of the dynamics of word/image, cinematic adaptation, and in particular connection with a recent movie, William Oldroyd's Lady Macbeth, taken from a short story by Leskov. The movie offers a significant example of a pictorial and elliptical style, which deeply exploits the narrative force of details, single pregnant shots, and short sequences, activating an uncanny negative empathy towards the protagonist.
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