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  • proper n. A 1950s–60s movement of theoretical study relating to film.

Etymologies

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1949, from French filmologie.

Examples

  • The movie's music's composer, Akira Ifukube, provides a filmology primer and discusses the difficulty of writing mustic for someone with strong ideas (Mahlerian ones at that) of what he wanted to hear.

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  • Far from being the strong and powerful filmology that is the Apu Trilogy, a series of three Bengali films directed by Satyajit Ray about the life and struggles of a boy who learns to accept both the beauty and the tragedy of life, Slumdog Millionaire has all of the emotional depth of a puddle, using emotional manipulation and clichéd plot devices as the main way toward the convoluted and inevitable Hollywood conclusion that is success, happiness, and infinite riches.

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