Documentário clássico e a voz que não vemos: revisitando as noções de “voz de Deus” e “voz over”

Renan Paiva Chaves

Resumo


O artigo revisita as noções de “voz de Deus” e “voz over” no âmbito do
filme documentário clássico. A partir de fontes fílmicas e textuais primárias, busca-se demonstrar que tais expressões, por não suportarem as variadas perspectivas estilísticas e éticas do documentário clássico, devem ser reproblematizadas, apontando para a existência de um campo mais complexo e diverso naquilo que envolve a presença da voz.


Palavras-chave


documentário; som fílmico; voz; trilha sonora

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