David Lynch And Alfred Hitchcock

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This premise states that a director has to develop a personal signature or personal style that is identifiable across all his or her films in order to be considered as an auteur. This is displayed by showing recurring, themes, motifs and habitual characteristics of style in their films. The third, and last premise, focuses on the “interior meaning” of the film. This refers to the relationship between the director and his influence on the interior meaning of a film. In order for any director to be labelled as a true auteur, he or she has to successfully tick off the above mentioned three premises of criteria in their films. Directors like David Lynch and Alfred Hitchcock have all past this “test”, and are therefore labeled as a “classical example
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