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Let there be light


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Title Let there be light
Year of production 1946
Country of production États-Unis
Director(s)
Duration 58 minutes
Format Parlant - Noir et blanc - 35 mm
Original language(s) English
Archive holder(s) National Library of Medicine
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Main credits

Content

Theme

Main genre

Documentaire

Synopsis

Context

Structuring elements of the film

  • Reporting footage  : No.
  • Set footage  : No.
  • Archival footage  : No.
  • Animated sequences  : No.
  • Intertitles  : No.
  • Host  : No.
  • Voice-over  : No.
  • Interview  : No.
  • Music and sound effects : No.
  • Images featured in other films : No.

How does the film direct the viewer’s attention?

How are health and medicine portrayed?

Broadcasting and reception

Where is the film screened?

Presentations and events associated with the film

Ce film a fait partie de la sélection Un certain regard du Festival de Cannes en 1981.

Audience

Local, national, or international audience

Description

References and external documents

C. A. Morgan III, From Let there be light to Shades of Grey: the construction of authoritative knowledge about combat fatigue (1945-1948) in Signs of life, Cinema and Medicine, edited by Graeme Harper and Andrew Moor, Wallflower Press, London and New York, 2005.


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