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From:Velvet Light Trap (Issue 48) Peer-ReviewedCharlotte Brunsdon, in a feminist account of Garry Marshall's 1990 film, Pretty Woman, draws attention to the "sub-pornographic codes" (97) of the opening scenes: the viewer/voyeur is shown the hooker-heroine getting...
From:Literature-Film Quarterly (Vol. 34, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedBecause the nature of film adaptations implies a clear relationship between a nominal source text and a visualization, most studies focus solely on the correspondences between the image text and the written text to...
From:German Politics and Society (Vol. 23, Issue 3) Peer-Reviewed"Memory is not an instrument for exploring the past but its theater." Walter Benjamin (1) "Photography is truth. The cinema is truth twenty--four times per second." Jean Luc Godard (2) With the increasing...
From:Post Script (Vol. 23, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedSince the outset of her film career Agnieszka Holland has shown an inclination to concentrate on psychological and sociological issues related to gender. Prior to emigration from Poland in 1981, she made two movies...
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