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From Forbidden Planet to Solaris   Muge Turan

From Forbidden Planet to Solaris

148 страниц. 2012 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
There is a need for a more far-reaching and broad-minded name than science fiction (SF) to describe many SF films. Following this motivation and exploring the playful ‘staging’ of Sigmund Freud’s notion of the id in science fiction cinema, this study attempts to define “speculative film” or a film that intertwines the notions of psychoanalysis and fantasy with a focus particularly on the theme of the inner mind within the terminology of SF cinema. This twofold exploration is based mainly on an analysis of Stanislaw Lem’s book Solaris (1961) and its two film adaptations: Andrei Tarkovsky’s Solaris (1972) and Steven Soderbergh’s Solaris (2002). Following the 40-year evolution of the same text allows one to inquire about the term ‘speculative film’ within the concurrent perspectives and aesthetics of SF. Making radical departures from reality or radical speculations about what reality might be like or might have been like; speculative films contain a depth of narration with...
 
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