Imágenes para un poema autobiográfico. Documentalidad y lirismo fílmico en 'Persona', de Ingmar Bergman

Signa: Revista de la Asociación Española de Semiótica, 26:801-814 (2017)
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Abstract

In Persona (1966), Ingmar Bergman reflects on thenature of the image emphasizing its enigmatic look. Thetechnical reproductions of images simultaneous lyactas windows and barriers of the world, as the world itself, from its status as documentary object that is part of the individual and collective memory of man. In the eye of the hurricane they are reality and its representation, and more specifically, a reality subjectified expressed in a poetic film that explores the image as extra linguistic sign. In this way Bergman makes a work with its own existence, self-conscious and self-referential, which reproduces the dreams of his consciousness through the cinematographic screen.

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David Vázquez Couto
Universidad de Salamanca

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