The Passion of Joan of Arc
Evolution of the Narrative
Carl Dreyer's The Passion of Joan of Arc and Charlie Chaplin's Modern Times both contribute tremendously to the art of storytelling in modern filmmaking. Despite very little or no speech, each story is able to covey a highly understandable story line that rivals most dialog driven films of today. Both films make perfect use of music, facial expression, body language, and cinematography to tell the story. Each film provided a perfect model for the modern day narrative motion picture.
Since neither picture uses dialog as a way to tell the story they rely on other c…
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