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Literature Film Quarterly (1987) - Classical Cinema and The Spectator




With these two new terms Benveniste is able to make a distinction between the act of producing a statement and the produced statement itself.\n On the other hand, the mirroring of these dramatic disruptions of the level of "énonciation" (for instance by manipulating the characters' point of view) seems to have a more direct impact on the spectator, because there is no way to restore the "damage" that has been done to the classical way of presenting a story.