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Naturalism v. Realism
List creator: adamjoelf
Created on: October 16, 2003 - 12:33 AM PDT
Description: --and what's the difference anyhow? Best reckoned w/film: check it out: new & old, minus the QT

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Queen Kelly (1929)
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  Fun, faithful and garish naturalism: what would Stroheim be doing today...?
Goodbye South, Goodbye (1996)
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  Hou's "Mean Streets": longer and comfortably quotidian: every real moment
The Puppetmaster (1993)
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  Better Hou primer. More varied and compelling: the "Real" and the Ultrareal
Blue Velvet (1986)
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  How can you exclude David Lynch? Weird doesn't startle this naturalist
The Blue Angel (German Version) (1930)
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  Mundane yet wonderfully stylized, Janning's subtly expressionistic and Deitrich's deadpan are perfect naturalism, cast in fine detail by von Sternberg
Pulp Fiction (1994)
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  Why I prefer naturalism as a style. "QT"s infamous "Cheesburger Royale" take on realistic dialogue first order crap. Besides creative (yet not innovative) structuring, mostly an unfunny bore.
The Passion of Joan of Arc (Criterion Collection) (1928)
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  Carl Dreyer's pairing of a nearly scientific realism in acting style set against his naturalistic/impressionistic settings and directorial handling is absolutely stunning
Vampyr (1931)
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  Supreme example of how realistic acting excels in otherwordly circumstances; another by Dreyer, supreme naturalist.

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