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SOURCE:    Manuscript. Tambov: Gramota, 2020. № 10. P. 176-180.
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Reality Effect as an Aspect of Filmic Experience

Strugova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
Saint Petersburg State University

Submitted: 18.09.2020
Abstract. The study aims to prove the functioning of reality effect as an aspect and feelings in filmic experience. The article is a critical review of semiotic, psychoanalytic and analytical interpretations of the notion "spectator", taking into consideration functional and expressive sides of impression and reality effect. Scientific novelty of the research lies in defining reality effect by introducing instances of displacement, replacement and addition into its analysis. As a result, it was substantiated that reality effect, as feelings accompanying filmic experience, simultaneously presents itself as one of its aspects retaining its specificity regardless of narrative, stylistic and genre features of a film.
Key words and phrases: эффект реальности, аспект кинематографического опыта, переживание, впечатление реальности, теория кино, reality effect, aspect of filmic experience, feelings, impression of reality, film theory
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