Pattern of the Body Image in La Maison en Petits Cubes on the Basis of Milieu and Individual Relationship

Yasemin Kılınçarslan

Abstract


Kunio Kato’s film “La Maison En Petits Cubes” has two dimensions. One of these is the content design, which depends on aristo aesthetic, and the other one is the visual aesthetic, which depends on tranquil, simple, refreshing and relaxing traditional japan pictures like Ando Hirosige’s. The director manages to configure a visual and content integrity between the form of human body and the design of the city. The human- city analogy is the key point to look at the human consciousness which inquiries the existentialism problems related to changing milieu.


Keywords


aesthetic, animated cinema, japan, catharsis, milieu

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/cinej.2013.86

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