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Essay heading: Flim Review on Jaguar by Jean Rouch
 
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Such parts in the film look more like collaborative work amongst Rouch and his subjects. In the marketplace scenes, the crowd looked somewhat oblivious to the camera. As it is quite impossible that the crowd there is used to the camera, Rouch might have alerted the crowd beforehand to ignore the camera...
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The awareness of the camera leads to an interesting effect called ‘cine-provocation’, where the camera acts as a catalyst to make people behave how they otherwise would not. The relationship between the Rouch and the audience is an intimate one. Rouch’s commentary guides the audience throughout the film, assuming an authorial position...
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