Films which are a mistery for me since they are never going to reach Argentina because they end in archival shelf simply because nobady has imagination to market them around the world.
Yet, many films (some of them very good) despite the technological changeovers will continue to be unavailable for viewing, if they are not lost, simply because the industry believes that they wont make any money with them.
The acting is quite good for 1917, it was very well produced and, while most of it is hard to follow without the titles, it features lots of interesting flashbacks and a handful of interesting optical tricks.
This film is an early example of cultural relativism and the collaboration between informant and filmmaker.
Results: films are based in pedagogical intent and teach the viewer through a distanced, omniscient Voice of God commentary.
From this point, there is a notable decline in the use of still photographs in anthropology and in monographs because of shift in interest from objects to structural and psycholanalytical approaches to culture (except in the Third Reich).
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