French Impressionism: Joan Of Arc

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In the Ebert Review he states “to see Falconetti in Dreyer’s ‘The Passion of Joan of Arc’ is to look into eyes that will never leave you.” He sums up how her you can see her heart and soul through her eyes. The camera angle is always low on the judges making even the viewer feel inferior to them...
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They seem almost bigger than life in some of the shots. Joan is often seen on the verge of tears and is so intimidated. Other times her eyes are begging the judges to understand her mission. She seems to be breathing heavier at times also causing the audience to empathize with her. She does appear to be a Saint...
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