The article revisits the notions of “voice of God” and “voice over” in the context of classic documentary film. From filmic and textual primary sources, the article seeks to demonstrate that such expressions do not support the stylistic variety and ethical perspectives in classic documentary film. So they should be problematized and acknowledge the existence of a diverse and complex field concerning the presence of the voice.
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