By Dennis Rothermel Silke Panse
A Critique of Judgment in movie and tv is a reaction to an important raise of judgment and judgmentalism in modern tv, movie, and social media by way of investigating the altering family among the aesthetics and ethics of judgment.
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4). Dreyer’s Joan of Arc is a trial film in which the narrative of the judges does not connect with the judged. Joan is confronted with a disorienting wall of judges made up of a circle of systematically false continuity shots of faces turning away and towards one another (107). She responds to the judges’ questions and looks in their direction, but glazes over, looks upward beyond them, and enters a zone that blocks her interrogators. “Every affect is blind,” writes Kant, since it is incapable of placing itself in accordance with a free choice of principles (2000, §29, 154).
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A Critique of Judgment in Film and Television by Dennis Rothermel Silke Panse