The cinematic prohibitions of <strong>Robert Bresson</strong>. &ldquo;No psychology,&rdquo; wrote the director, no ostentatious camera movements, and &ldquo;no music at all.&rdquo; He believed in adding by subtraction

The cinematic prohibitions of Robert Bresson. &amp;ldquo;No psychology,&amp;rdquo; wrote the director, no ostentatious camera movements, and &amp;ldquo;no music at all.&amp;rdquo; He believed in adding by
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The cinematic prohibitions of Robert Bresson. “No psychology,” wrote the director, no ostentatious camera movements, and “no music at all.” He believed in adding by subtraction

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