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Rape in Art Cinema.

Author: Dominique Russell
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Publishing Inc Jan. 2012.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This collection of essays explores the treatment of rape in the 'art cinema' genre. It highlights the prevalence and multiple functions of rape in this prestigious mode of filmmaking and questions the meaning of its ubiquity and versatility.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dominique Russell
ISBN: 9781441109774 1441109773
OCLC Number: 944965887
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction: Why Rape?; Dominique Russell; I. Canonical Works and Auteurs; 1. Screen/Memory: Rape and Its Alibis in Last Year at Marienbad Lynn A. Higgins, Comparative Literature, Dartmouth College; 2. Kurosawa's Rashomon and Oshima's The Man Left His Will on Film Eugenie Brinkema, Modern Culture and Media, Brown University; 3. Bunuel: Stories, Desire and the Question of Rape Dominique Russell; 4. Materiality and Metaphor: Rape in Anne Claire Poirier's Mourir a tue-tete and Jean-Luc Godard's Weekend Shana MacDonald, Communication and Culture, York University; 5. Rape and Marriage: Die Marquise von O and Breaking the Waves Victoria Anderson, Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths College, University of London; 6. Rough Awakenings: Unconscious Women and Rape in Kill Bill and Talk to Her Adriana Novoa, Humanities, University of South Florida; II. English-Language Independent Cinemas; 7. Jane Campion's Women's Films: Art Cinema and the Postfeminist Rape Narrative Shelley Cobb, School of Film and Television, University of East Anglia; 8. Boys Don't Get Raped Aim J. Cahill, Philosophy, Elon University; 9. "If it Was a Rape, Then Why Would She Be a Whore?" Rape in Todd Solondz' Films Michelle E. Moore, English, College of DuPage; III. Case Study: Cinema brut and The New French Extremists; 10. "Typically French"?: Mediating Screened Rape to British Audiences Martin Barker, Dept. of Theatre, Film and Television Studies, University of Aberystwyth; 11. On Watching and Turning Away: Ono's Rape, cinema direct Aesthetics and the Genealogy of cinema brut Scott MacKenzie, Cinema Studies Institute/Dept. of French, University of Toronto; 12. Uncanny Horrors: Male Rape in Bruno Dumont's Twentynine Palms Lisa Coulthard, Theatre and Film, UBC; 13. Sexual Trauma and Jouissance in Baise-Moi Joanna Bourke, Professor of History, Birkbeck College, University of London; 14. Shame and the Sisters: Catherine Breillat's A ma soeur! (Fat Girl) Tanya Horeck, Communication, Film and Media, Anglia Ruskin University; Notes on Contributors.

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