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    Title: 盧貝松電影「第五元素」: 經由類型電影混融以及人、人造人、外星人 三族並存所建構的未來世界;Le Cinquième élément de Luc Besson : construction d’un monde futuriste par une hybridité des genres filmiques et la confrontation de triple race : l’humain, l’homme artificiel et l’extraterrestre
    Authors: 金婉婷;CHIN,Wan-Ting
    Contributors: 法國語文學系
    Keywords: 第五元素;盧貝松;電影;;人造人;外星人;未來;電影類型;種族;宗教;預言;混融;The Fifth Element;Luc Besson;Movie;Man;Artificial man;Alien;Future;Film genre;Race;Religion;Prophesy;Hybridization
    Date: 2015-08-28
    Issue Date: 2015-09-23 11:33:24 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 中文摘要 (Sommaire Chinois)





    ;Abstract (Sommaire Anglais)

    The Fifth Element is directed by Luc Besson. Premiered as the opening film in 1997 Festival of Cannes, this movie was awarded The Best film in 1998 César du cinéma ceremony and also allowed Luc Besson to be awarded as The Best Director.

    There are three kinds of races in the imaginary futuristic world constructed by The Fifth Element : man, artificial man and alien. These three races help us to find the phenomenon of the genre hybridization in this movie. This research tries to answer the following questions : how Luc Besson presented The Fifth Element by the characterization of these three races? In what why, these three races reflect the reality? And finally, how Luc Besson influences his audience by The Fifth Element?

    The first chapter is divided into three parts due to the mixture of three genres : péplum, disaster and science fiction. The hybridization of film genres brings about different themes related to our research. From the origin of human beings to the creation of artificial man, the stress is put on the great Christian conception of man, disasters and the imagination of the future and, particularly, their connections with these three races, which represent three dimensions of humanity.

    The second chapter focuses on cinematographic techniques in The Fifth Element, especially the montage, the decor and the usage of colors. Men, artificial men and aliens coexist and are opposed to each other. Relations between space and characters, transportation and characters, and between the characters themselves are three principal aspects in this part of our research.

    From our analysis of film genres and techniques, we discover that this movie is used by the director as a contemporary prophesy, in order to encourage people to think about contemporary political and social issues. By way of The Fifth Element, Luc Beeson successfully created a new genre of movie: Besson’s own genre-hybridization.
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