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Poetic realism was a film movement in France of the 1930s. More a tendency than a movement, poetic realism is not strongly unified like Soviet Montage or French Impressionism but were individuals who created this lyrical style. Its leading filmmakers were Pierre Chenal, Jean Vigo, Julien Duvivier, Marcel Carné, and, perhaps the movement's most significant director, Jean Renoir. Renoir made a wide variety of films some influenced by the leftist Popular Front group and even a lyrical short feature film. Frequent stars of these films were Jean Gabin, Michel Simon, Simone Signoret, and Michèle Morgan.

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  • Poetic realism
  • Poetischer Realismus (Film)
  • Réalisme poétique
  • Realismo poetico
  • 詩的リアリズム
  • Realismo poético francês
  • Поэтический реализм
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  • Der Poetische Realismus war eine Epoche vornehmlich des französischen Films der 1930er und 1940er Jahre. Angetrieben vom Drang nach mehr Realitätsnähe und Sozialkritik zeigt er oftmals die düstere Alltagswelt volkstümlicher Helden und die Vergeblichkeit der Liebe.
  • Il realismo poetico è una corrente cinematografica che si sviluppa nella Francia degli anni '30. Il movimento ebbe una grandissima influenza in futuro e in molti paesi, ponendo le basi per la nascita del cinema moderno.
  • 詩的リアリズム(してき-、仏語réalisme poétique/フランス語から「詩的レアリスム」とも)は、1930年代の一連のフランス映画に適用される語であり、映画運動である。 なお、1840年代のドイツに興った文学的傾向も「詩的レアリズム」(Poetic Realism)または「市民的レアリズム」(Bourgeois Realism)と呼ばれる。
  • Realismo poético francês é um movimento de cinema surgido no cinema francês a partir da metade da década de 1930. Os filmes do realismo poético francês se caracterizam pela enfatização do papel do roteirista, embora essa função não fosse ainda reconhecida profissionalmente. Na época, os roteiristas eram jornalistas, grandes produtores literários, ou os próprios diretores dos filmes. Os temas abordavam a realidade socioeconômica da época na forma de melodramas policiais com fundo trágico e pessimista, que anteviam a derrota francesa na Segunda Guerra Mundial.
  • Поэтический реализм (фр. Réalisme poétique, англ. Poetic realism) — художественное направление в европейском, в основном во французском кинематографе. Наибольшей выразительной силы и востребованности достиг во второй половине 1930-х годов — первой половине 1940-х годов. В основу направления положено поэтически возвышенное отображение жизни и быта средних и низших классов общества описываемого периода. Главными выразителями идей поэтического реализма принято считать поэта и драматурга Жака Превера, режиссёров Жана Ренуара, Жана Виго, Жюльена Дювивье, Жака Беккера, Марселя Карне, Пьера Шеналя. Ряд критиков кино во главе с писателем Пьером Мак-Орланом использовали для названия направления термин «социальная фантастика».
  • Poetic realism was a film movement in France of the 1930s. More a tendency than a movement, poetic realism is not strongly unified like Soviet Montage or French Impressionism but were individuals who created this lyrical style. Its leading filmmakers were Pierre Chenal, Jean Vigo, Julien Duvivier, Marcel Carné, and, perhaps the movement's most significant director, Jean Renoir. Renoir made a wide variety of films some influenced by the leftist Popular Front group and even a lyrical short feature film. Frequent stars of these films were Jean Gabin, Michel Simon, Simone Signoret, and Michèle Morgan.
  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article n’est pas rédigé dans un style encyclopédique (indiquez la date de pose grâce au paramètre date). Vous pouvez améliorer sa rédaction ! 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article ne cite pas suffisamment ses sources (janvier 2013).
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  • Poetic realism was a film movement in France of the 1930s. More a tendency than a movement, poetic realism is not strongly unified like Soviet Montage or French Impressionism but were individuals who created this lyrical style. Its leading filmmakers were Pierre Chenal, Jean Vigo, Julien Duvivier, Marcel Carné, and, perhaps the movement's most significant director, Jean Renoir. Renoir made a wide variety of films some influenced by the leftist Popular Front group and even a lyrical short feature film. Frequent stars of these films were Jean Gabin, Michel Simon, Simone Signoret, and Michèle Morgan. Poetic realism films are "recreated realism", stylised and studio bound, rather than approaching the "socio-realism of the documentary". They usually have a fatalistic view of life with their characters living on the margins of society, either as unemployed members of the working class or as criminals. After a life of disappointment, the characters get a last chance at love, but are ultimately disappointed again and the films frequently end with disillusionment or death. The overall tone often resembles nostalgia and bitterness. They are "poetic" because of a heightened aestheticism that sometimes draws attention to the representational aspects of the films. Though these films were weak in the production sector, French cinema did create a high proportion of influential films largely due to the talented people in the industry in the 1930s who were working on them. The most popular set designer was Lazare Meerson. Composers who worked on these films included Georges Auric, Arthur Honegger, Joseph Kosma, and Maurice Jaubert. Screenwriters who contributed to many of the films included Charles Spaak and Jacques Prévert. The movement had a significant impact on later film movements, in particular Italian neorealism (many of the neorealists, most notably Luchino Visconti, worked with poetic realist directors before starting their own careers as film critics and directors) and the French New Wave.
  • Der Poetische Realismus war eine Epoche vornehmlich des französischen Films der 1930er und 1940er Jahre. Angetrieben vom Drang nach mehr Realitätsnähe und Sozialkritik zeigt er oftmals die düstere Alltagswelt volkstümlicher Helden und die Vergeblichkeit der Liebe.
  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article n’est pas rédigé dans un style encyclopédique (indiquez la date de pose grâce au paramètre date). Vous pouvez améliorer sa rédaction ! 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article ne cite pas suffisamment ses sources (janvier 2013). Si vous disposez d'ouvrages ou d'articles de référence ou si vous connaissez des sites web de qualité traitant du thème abordé ici, merci de compléter l'article en donnant les références utiles à sa vérifiabilité et en les liant à la section « Notes et références » (modifier l'article, comment ajouter mes sources ?). Le réalisme poétique est un courant cinématographique ayant dominé la production française dans les années 1930-1940, c'est-à-dire entre les débuts du cinéma parlant et la seconde guerre mondiale. Le terme est imposé par Georges Sadoul qui l'emprunte au théoricien britannique Roger Manvell.
  • Il realismo poetico è una corrente cinematografica che si sviluppa nella Francia degli anni '30. Il movimento ebbe una grandissima influenza in futuro e in molti paesi, ponendo le basi per la nascita del cinema moderno.
  • 詩的リアリズム(してき-、仏語réalisme poétique/フランス語から「詩的レアリスム」とも)は、1930年代の一連のフランス映画に適用される語であり、映画運動である。 なお、1840年代のドイツに興った文学的傾向も「詩的レアリズム」(Poetic Realism)または「市民的レアリズム」(Bourgeois Realism)と呼ばれる。
  • Realismo poético francês é um movimento de cinema surgido no cinema francês a partir da metade da década de 1930. Os filmes do realismo poético francês se caracterizam pela enfatização do papel do roteirista, embora essa função não fosse ainda reconhecida profissionalmente. Na época, os roteiristas eram jornalistas, grandes produtores literários, ou os próprios diretores dos filmes. Os temas abordavam a realidade socioeconômica da época na forma de melodramas policiais com fundo trágico e pessimista, que anteviam a derrota francesa na Segunda Guerra Mundial.
  • Поэтический реализм (фр. Réalisme poétique, англ. Poetic realism) — художественное направление в европейском, в основном во французском кинематографе. Наибольшей выразительной силы и востребованности достиг во второй половине 1930-х годов — первой половине 1940-х годов. В основу направления положено поэтически возвышенное отображение жизни и быта средних и низших классов общества описываемого периода. Главными выразителями идей поэтического реализма принято считать поэта и драматурга Жака Превера, режиссёров Жана Ренуара, Жана Виго, Жюльена Дювивье, Жака Беккера, Марселя Карне, Пьера Шеналя. Ряд критиков кино во главе с писателем Пьером Мак-Орланом использовали для названия направления термин «социальная фантастика».
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