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Ted Nannicelli

fair to say that today the idea enjoys broad acceptance in the aesthetics literature ( Davies 2003 ; Livingston 2016 ). Most important for our purposes, Noël Carroll’s work has gone a long way to further our understanding of the ontology of cinema by

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Brenda Austin-Smith, Matthew Cipa, and Temenuga Trifonova

ontology of cinema (cinema as a kind of language) to the notion of the everyday/the banal to one particular aspect of the film medium, movement, specifically small, incidental and insignificant gestures that supposedly reveal “the physiognomy of the