No intenso agora = In the intense now / Videofilmes apresenta ; roteiro, texto e direcão, João Moreira Salles.
- Other Title:
- In the intense now
- Brooklyn, NY : Icarus Films, 
1 videodisc (127 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
4 3/4 in.
- Social movements -- Psychological aspects.
Emotions -- Social aspects.
China -- History -- Cultural Revolution, 1966-1976.
General Strike, France, 1968.
Czechoslovakia -- History -- Intervention, 1968.
Brazil -- History -- 1964-1985.
Cultural Revolution (China : 1966-1976)
General Strike (France : 1968)
Intervention in Czechoslovakia (1968)
Emotions -- Social aspects.
Social movements -- Psychological aspects.
- Amateur films.
- In Portuguese and French with subtitles in English.
- System Details:
- DVD-R, NTSC, Region 1; full screen (1.33:1 aspect ratio) presentation.
full screen (1.33:1)
video file DVD-R video
- "Made following the discovery of amateur footage shot in China in 1966 during the first and most radical stage of the Cultural Revolution, IN THE INTENSE NOW speaks to the fleeting nature of moments of great intensity. Scenes of China are set alongside archival images of the events of 1968 in France, Czechoslovakia, and, to a lesser extent, Brazil. In keeping with the tradition of the film-essay, they serve to investigate how the people who took part in those events continued onward after passions had cooled. The footage, all of it archival, not only reveals the state of mind of those filmed--joy, enchantment, fear, disappointment, dismay--but also sheds light on the relationship between a document and its political context. What can one say of Paris, Prague, Rio de Janeiro, or Beijing by looking at the images of the period? Why did each of these cities produce a specific sort of record? Narrated in first person, the film reflects on that which is revealed by four sets of images: footage of the French students' uprising in May of 1968; the images captured by amateurs during the invasion of Czechoslovakia in August of the same year, when forces led by the Soviet Union put an end to the Prague Spring; shots of the funerals of students, workers, and police officers killed during the events of 1968 in the cities of Paris, Lyon, Prague, and Rio de Janeiro; and the scenes that a tourist--the director's mother--filmed in China in 1966, the year of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution"--Container.
- Editors, Eduardo Escorel, Laís Lifschiftz; music, Rodrigo Leáo.
- Videodisc release of the motion picture produced in 2017.
- Salles, João Moreira, film director, screenwriter.
Leão, Rodrigo, composer (expression)
VideoFilmes (Firm), production company.
Icarus Films, publisher.
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