Kubrick’s cinematographic art
Cinematographic discourse, that is, audiovisual exhibition before an audience, can produce an exhibition of the terrifying feelings that accompanies what is exhibited as a psychological evolution. The entire work of Stanley Kubrick shows a field of research for the study of the bad, disturbing in his cinema, especially and in which my work, the mechanical orange, without forgetting others such as the glow, 2001: an odyssey of space orThe metal jacket. They are a good example of Kubrick’s cinema disturbing. These two hypotheses have given rise to my research. As for the concepts.
Analyze Kubrick’s cinematography and especially focusing on the most cruel parts of mechanical orange, applying psychological ideas in the artistic expression of Kubrick’s cinema and Beethoven’s soundtrack. Music in Kubrick’s cinema as a psychological element. Psychology is the science that studies human behavior. This work is intended to analyze how music influences the behavior of the protagonist of mechanical orange through various fictitious experimental studies to eradicate their behavioral problems with society and reintegrate him into society.
Music is the distraction that media population prefers. At home, on the street, on a trip, while you wait. Music has different benefits for our lives. Different studies over time have shown that listening to music has various benefits for our health. They are able to change the mood if we are sad, to reduce stress and make us feel better. Music surrounds us and accompanies us everywhere on our mobiles, on television, in the cinema and how not at concerts. If the rooms are full, if people sing the lyrics of the songs, jump, dance and enjoy, it is because music has positive effects on us.
The man is undetermined, Friedrich Nietzsche saw him as a means and not as an end. The theme of Richard Strauss in the 2001 film: an odyssey of space is known as the enigma of the universe, begins with three notes: do, sun, do, ascendingly, then the three celestial bodies appear: moon, earth and sun. Three is also what Nietzsche proposes, the passage from the ape to man, and from man to superman, the ape for man and man for the superman are a humiliation for not reaching the knowledge of the superman. In Kubrick’s films, there is attraction and admiration for German music and Nazi era.
The Nazis listened to Beethoven and some were educated people, but not for that reason changed their moral behavior. Barry Lyndon: Kubrick decided during the assembly that only eighteenth -century music should be used, but after listening to works from the S. XVIII None satisfied him enough, or anything that could fit in the love scenes, or anything that has that tragic feeling that Kubrick was looking for Schubert’s trio, he opted for a fragment that without being romantic has some fantastic tragic tragic. The glow: Wendy Carlos used the fantastic symphony of Berlioz orchestrating it for synthesizer and voice that would later be used in the credits of this film.
Bela Bartok for the Labyrinth scenes and a fragment of Ligeti and the whole end of the film corresponds to Penderecki. The fragment of Jacob’s dream corresponds to Jack Nicholson’s nightmare and several strangtages as several actors have the same names as in the film. The metal jacket: the use of rock music as accompaniment. Although the use of this music in the cinema is usually very enough. To know the Vietnam at war, Kubrick soaked from many articles that was collecting for years, so, when shooting, having security about it.
Stanley Kubrick was born in 1928 in New York City. His father, a recognized doctor, fonds to chess at the age of twelve. When he turned thirteen, his father gave him a camera, thus becoming another of his hobbies, in addition to jazz, and leaving aside his childhood’s dream of becoming a professional battery. During his school years, Kubrick became the official photographer of his school. In 1945 he took a photograph in his broken face from a traveling merchant who sold newspapers along with the owners of the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The photo was sold to Look magazine, paying for it for it, later offers two other reports to the magazine, which were instantly accepted. He worked for four years with Helen O’Brian, head of the photography section of the magazine, who introduced him to the magazine team. He was considered one of the best photographers. From its adolescence three activities arise, chess and photography, which are considered hobbies, and cinema, where it will focus all their attention without neglecting the chess where he practices it between taking and taking the filming, and the photograph that offers himThe framing of the image.
Such was his interest that he did not hesitate to film the same with the camera in hand most of his films, collaborating closely with his photography director. His fondness for jazz gave him a way to choose musical fragments to accompany various sequences and his goal was to call the interest of the spectators. His first documentaries were ‘Flying Padre’ a priethey work or are already retired.
And ‘Day of the Fight’ is a short film about a day in the life of an Irish boxer, since he wakes up, until he wins the fight he has scheduled for that night. They paid him 3.$ 900, less than cost price. With his work ‘The Killing’ critics focused on him giving him a privileged position as film director. In the 70s, Kubrick’s films became a pedagogical movement in addition to becoming one of the great authors of the twentieth century. He adapted the novel by Anthony Burgess, ‘Mechanical orange’ to cinema and constituted a circumstance on social violence mixed with satire.
He received the Oscar as best film, best address, script and assembly. Also classics such as Spartaco, 2001: an odyssey of space, Lolita, Barry Lindon. Years later between the 80s and 90 feature films such as: the metal jacket, the glow and kiss of the murderer, with this last film he closed his career as director. He died in 1999 in England. Kubrick’s cinema was varying depending on the historical context in which his plans were developed for a new work. In 1950 and later years black cinema lived a visible splendor with an acceptance and multitude of audience. This influenced Kubrick’s first years without distancing himself from his most repeated matter, war. It was the most used genre throughout his career with titles such as.
Red Telephone: We fly to Moscow (The Missile Crisis and the Cold War), 2001: An Odyssey of Space (Space Race between the Soviet Union and the United States) and in 1987 the film Metal Jacket (Vietnam War). Who ended up becoming a cult film despite his surprising realism. Between the 1970s and 1980 Kubrick experiences with pop culture and creates the adaptation for mechanical orange cineTerror with the glow (1980). It was not until the last years of Kubrick’s career that decided to make a more intimate film like the kiss of the murderer (1999) although he died without seeing her release.