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TO WATCH MARK TICH MOVIES He even resorted to such concepts as "a litany of f photogenic", which among the "semihard and polu4;phrases "takes the principal value of" monologue one | a person - close-up. " Cornerstone on which I based cinema, that is, close-up, I said Epstein, photogenic expressed in movement;evidence of strong emotions, "the imperative verb understand," close-up changes a person - his eyes can no longer be distracted, can not see nothing but the screen close-up "limits the space and directs attention," creating a special "mode of consciousness."In other words, later said Bela Balazs, "director directs the viewer's eye." In other words, by "photogeny" Epstein understands the appearance of all objects, living beings and states of mind, "morale" are enhanced by their cinematic playback;the same aspects of them that do not benefit from the cinematic playback, are not I w photogenic and I do not make cinematic art. As we can see, this definition is not too much I is different from that formulated f Dellyuk.iI1 'In "Hello, cinema" setting out, in addition, the issues that were subject next two separate works Epstein: The concept of the movie, viewed as a machine that registers the idea was the starting point for the "Mind Machines";question of the habit of spiritual condition, new and "pleasant" are the result of the movie, was the starting point to write another work - "The Devil's cinema."Of these two books of great interest to the first in which the author consistently gives his earlier theories as expressed in the works "Cinema, seen from Etna" and "photogenic intangible."Builds his book according to filosofskoidealisticheskoy system that has grown on the basis of the theory of relativity, Epstein is trying to formulate a philosophy of film and gives him the following definition: "an experimental device that creates, that is, interprets the image of the universe: it is human again returns to the poetry of Pythagoras and Plato;the reality is nothing but a harmony of ideas and numbers.