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Pessimism, nihilism, misanthropy, and many other terms have already been used to define humanity’s hopelessness about itself and its future. The 20th century in particular was a very specific moment of humanity in which two major world wars, innumerable revolutions and other armed conflicts, as well as economic, social and artistic crises contributed to a hopeless vision of our moment and of what we have waiting for us in the future, whether distant or near in time. It is no coincidence that, precisely in this very particular century, cinema began to develop with greater force and, as it could not fail to happen, soon the artists dedicated to the cinematic art began to express, through th... Full story

9 September