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: You don't need to have seen a DOGMA 95 movie to answer this question.
You don't need to have seen a DOGMA 95 movie to answer this question.
4 years ago
(March 04, 2014 05:07 PM)
Member since September 2007
I read the rules of the manifesto. Most of them indicate that the purpose of the movement is to make a movie without any gimmicks (including making it
). But by doing that, you're making a movie that's different from the majority. Isn't that a gimmick?
Re: You don't need to have seen a DOGMA 95 movie to answer this question
3 years ago
(March 21, 2015 09:12 AM)
Member since March 2015
I think you don't understand the gist of this movement. They were against individualist/liberal/bourgeois movie and meantime they meant that gimmicks were instrument for manipulating with people. One of there principle was rejection fraudulence.