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cinema fall in FIDE

"“Autumn of cinema in FIDE” schedules four analysis sessions that combine the stylistic study of some of the best works of national and international cinema of all time and their connection with the world of Law"

We are not saying anything new when we affirm the great historical importance of cinema in our time. Since its appearance at the end of the XNUMXth century, it has marked the modus essendi of contemporary culture. Cinema is a powerful means of social communication due to its gigantic capacity to effectively transmit ideas and messages, and to implant models of behavior, capable of reaching large crowds of people around the world. 

For, FIDE, the jurist and the legal scholar cannot remain oblivious to it, even though, in principle, it may seem that cinema has little to do with their theoretical and practical work, focused above all on current legal regulations or, at most, , in the historical and philosophical problems that accompany it. It is thus a matter of contemplating the legal as a cultural phenomenon, in this case, as an object that can be considered in relation to that other great cultural manifestation that is the Cinema.

since we started this forum, we have thus tried to understand the way in which legal phenomena are referred to in the cinematographic medium, draw conclusions about ideas from a socially powerful means of communication such as Cinema.

"cinema fall in FIDE" program four analysis sessions that combine the stylistic study of some of the best works of national and international cinema of all time and their connection with the world of Law:

  • September: “Belle de Jour” (1967) by Luis Buñuel
  • October: “Sea Inside” (2004) by Alejandro Amenábar
  • November: "Modern Times" (1936) by Charles Chaplin
  • December: "Psycho" (1960) by Alfred Hitchcock 

In "Belle de Jour", current issues such as prostitution, crime and religion will be addressed with the aim of trying to understand the complexity of the human being and the society in which he is integrated. In "The Sea Inside", we all recognize the story of Ramón Sampedro, the Galician quadriplegic who put the debate on euthanasia on the table at the expense of his own life experience. In "Modern Times" is a dramatic satire on the dehumanization of production chains in a historical moment in which economic capitalism prevails, as well as a reflection on the rights and duties of workers. And "Psycho" is an enduring work of art, terror in its purest form, based on identity disturbances and family traumas that lead inexorably to crime.

Come in, sit down and see. The movie begins.

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