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WATCH THE FILM TRAINSPOTTING IN EXCELLENT QUALITY ONLINE His first book was the work of "Cinema", written in the years when the study of the issues of aesthetics cinema in Italy "serious people could seem vain pursuits."One of the virtues of this book was that it is close to the movie Giovanni Gentile, who became the author of the foreword. Even in this small volume book "interesting from many points of view," some of the questions were presented in a polemical form so beloved Kyarini.He argues in this paper that the installation is "the essence of art cinema", poses problems of plot and the differences between technology and psevdotehnikoy, between theater and cinema.We do not dwell on this book, because it has been supplemented and partially joined together with some articles and notes published in "Bianco e Nero" in the next book Kyarini "Five chapters of the cinema", which also included a course of lectures Kyarini in Experimental Film Centre.These articles are dictated by transient and polemical reasons, despite the inevitable unevenness of style and tone of a newspaper at times, develop a "purely aesthetic concept of cinema."Following the example of "a well-known aesthetic doctrine" Kyarini begins his book "The five chapters of the cinema" with exposing prejudices and misunderstandings that still exist on the issue of film as art: the first chapter of the book is called - "misunderstanding and prejudice the question of the movie. "The exposure of the various errors is and throughout the presentation. Even in the introduction, on the authority of Leopardi, Kyarini says about the first and most important misunderstanding: the treatment of film as pure entertainment."Cinema is fraught - he writes - too many practical, commercial, industrial, institutional, technical issues, which is why its main task - art - is finally upstaged.And it is in it, and is the solution of all other problems, and so- called utopian proponents of "pure" cinema is the only possible form of concrete, with which the study should be conducted of cinema. "In the last chapter Kyarini shows that draw a sharp distinction between art and industry just means protecting the rights of both art and industry. The author comes to the idea that exists between them face, contrasting two-term "art - the industry" another formulation:"Film is an art - film - it - the industry." To illustrate his idea Kyarini considers film in three different basic aspects.The first of them - a purely technical, covering hardware, that is, the studio, their equipment, workers and professionals - a complex that, given the complexity of cinematic art, the artist needs to create his work."Creating, working studios and their operation - this phenomenon is clearly an industrial nature, and only a good industrial organization can be a suitable means to achieve this goal." The second aspect - the actual artistic side of things: it covers the creation of the film as a work of art, not as a commercial product.During this stage of the creative act only the laws of art, and all other laws are powerless, lack of recognition of this leads to lower artistic level, which in turn is reflected in the industry.