diégétique

English translation: diegetic

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French term or phrase:diégétique
English translation:diegetic
Entered by: jerrie

20:43 Dec 21, 2003
French to English translations [PRO]
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French term or phrase: diégétique
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jenn22
Local time: 16:49
diegetic
Explanation:
Diegesis:
In a narrative film, the world of the film's story. The diegesis includes events that are presumed to have occurred and actions and spaces not shown onscreen. For a schematic definition click here.

Nondiegetic insert:
A shot or a series of shots cut into a sequence, showing objects represented as being outside the space of the narrative.

Diegetic sound:
Any voice, musical passage, or sound effect presented as originating from a source within the film's world.

Nondiegetic sound:
Sound, such as mood music or narrator's commentary, represented as coming from a source outside the space of the narrative.

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diegetic


Explanation:
Diegesis:
In a narrative film, the world of the film's story. The diegesis includes events that are presumed to have occurred and actions and spaces not shown onscreen. For a schematic definition click here.

Nondiegetic insert:
A shot or a series of shots cut into a sequence, showing objects represented as being outside the space of the narrative.

Diegetic sound:
Any voice, musical passage, or sound effect presented as originating from a source within the film's world.

Nondiegetic sound:
Sound, such as mood music or narrator's commentary, represented as coming from a source outside the space of the narrative.



jerrie
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