The French auteur Robert Bresson has long been thought of as a transcendental filmmaker preoccupied with questions of grace and predestination and little interested in the problems of the social world. This book is the first to view Bresson’s work in an altogether different context. Rather than a religious filmmaker, Bresson is revealed as an artist steeped in radical, revolutionary politics.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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