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Alberto Román Padilla Díaz
Universidad de Córdoba
España
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Núm. 14 (2017), Artículos de Investigación, Páginas 147-166
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/fjc201714147166
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La vinculación de una escenografía cerrada y claustrofóbica con respecto a la desequilibrada psique de unas protagonistas femeninas al borde de la locura, es una constante en las películas de Terror Psicológico. Sin embargo, en los films de Roman Polanski, esta constante se convierte en obsesión y lugar común de gran parte de su filmografía. Llegando a crearse una especie de original estilema fundamentado en re-encuadres, oscuras iluminaciones y otras transformaciones arquitectónicas de gran interés y cierta semiología y que podríamos denominar como Poética de lo claustrofóbico. El presente escrito se propone indagar en los significantes y significados que dan unidad a este dispositivo escenográfico-psicológico del director francés, a través del segundo film de su carrera: «Repulsión» (1965).

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