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Sexual politics and narrative film

Hollywood and beyond

by Wood, Robin

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Motion pictures -- Political aspects,
  • Sex role in motion pictures

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesHollywood and beyond, Sexual politics & narrative film
    StatementRobin Wood.
    SeriesFilm and culture
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1995.9.P6 W66 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 352 p. :
    Number of Pages352
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL344451M
    ISBN 100231076045, 0231076053
    LC Control Number98003413

    Stories of illicit sex—including sexual assault—have wafted around our political leaders since the days of the Founders. book, Sex with Presidents, we events with a shifting narrative. The study of gendered representations in the cinema began in the early s with Molly Haskell's From Reverence to Rape: the Treatment of Women in the Movies (). Haskell looks at images of women in movies made from the s to the s (the s are included in the second edition), mainly—but not exclusively—in Hollywood.

    Released in early last year, the film focuses on the rampant practice of female foeticide in Haryana, the skewed sex-ratio, and the resulting crimes against women. A powerful and thought-provoking narrative, the film also takes one through the reformative changes in the Khap Panchayat (social governing body) mindsets and a local sarpanch’s. This volume is great! While the Visual Pleasures essay is an obvious draw, what is particularly interesting is the narrative that this volume allows the reader to follow: from Mulvey's involvement in the early stages of the Women's Movement's relation to culture, on through the search for a feminist theory and film form, on through various catalogue texts for and reviews of exhibitions, and /5(14).

      The film is a narrative feature film adaptation of Matt Tyrnauer's documentary. book “Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Lives of the Stars” and includes eye. She argues that the film presents a transnational narrative about repressed traumatic memories as they pertain to sexual and political violence dating back to the early s. The film explores the effects of postmemory (Hirsch) through three generations across Hungary, Austria, Russia (the former Soviet Union), and present-day Spain.


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Robin Wood, well known for his books Hollywood from Vietnam to Reagan and Hitchcock's Films Revisited, probes the political and sexual ramifications of fascism and cinema, marriage and the couple, romantic love, and representations of women, race, and gender in.

One of the most distinctive voices in film criticism explores relationships between narrative style and sexual politics. Robin Wood, well known for his books Hollywood from Vietnam to Reagan and Hitchcock's Films Revisited, probes the political and sexual ramifications of fascism and cinema, marriage and the couple, romantic love, and representations of women, race, and gender in Pages:   One of the most distinctive voices in film criticism explores relationships between narrative style and sexual politics.

Robin Wood, well known for his books Hollywood from Vietnam to Reagan and Hitchcock's Films Revisited, probes the political and sexual ramifications of fascism and cinema, marriage and the couple, romantic love, and representations of women, race, and gender in /5(52).

One of the most distinctive voices in film criticism explores relationships between narrative style and sexual politics. Robin Wood, well known for his books "Hollywood from Vietnam to Reagan" and Hitchcock's "Films Revisited", probes the political and sexual ramifications of fascism and cinema, marriage and the couple, romantic love, and representations of women, race, and gender in Author: Robin Wood.

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