Becoming real by fiction: The narrative in the cinema. Before the linguistic codes that allow us to narrate with words, it is the images that give back to human beings a consciousness of themselves and contribute to the construction of their own individuation and behavior. The image has a relationship of indexicality greater than the written word or the word spoken with the object that wants to tell and suggests a series of more complex attitudes and behav-iors. It is the movement that constitutes a crucial theme in this dynamic, because the history of the image is the story of the attempt to simulate movement, in an increasingly convincing way; vital forms, according to Stern. Movie is a narrative that develops through movement.
Keywords: Movement, fiction, embodied narration, action, motor resonance, photogenicity, alien bodily.