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Bellour creatively reworks the ideas and methods of structuralism, semiology, and psychoanalysis to unravel the knot of significations that is the filmic text. Bellour received a B.
For Bellour, this gesture is paradoxically destroyed by the invention of video by means of which every moving image in every entre images bellour can be frozen, thereby generalising and neutralising the desire and singularity of film analysis.
Finally there is what Bellour refers to as the dissolution of entre images bellour analyses in film and video. Even at the time of this later essay these attempts still seemed inadequate, although Bellour would go on to analyse more successful examples such as the later film and video work of Chris Marker and Jean-Luc Godard.
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In other words, rather than the previous analytic gesture of stopping cinema there is an exploration of what happens when cinema stops itself, which leads directly to entre images bellour previously lacking engagement with processes of cinematic entre images bellour. According to this optic, whereas moving images give a sense of the present, presence, illusion, flight and life, still images suggest the past, absence, ungraspability and death.
The spectator of moving images adds nothing to them, has no time to close his or her eyes as the image perceived will already have been replaced by another.
Griffith's The Lonedale Operator brilliantly demonstrates that the dynamics of repetition and alternation that Bellour discovered to be the heartbeat of Hollywood narrative film were already there in nascent form at the beginnings of entre images bellour.
Bellour received his doctorate from the University of Paris I in