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Breaking the Frame By Inez Hedges

Breaking the Frame by Inez Hedges

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Breaking the Frame: Film Language and the Experience of Limits by Inez Hedges

Ranging over the broad spectrum of contemporary literary and film theory, Breaking the Frame explores the different approaches to cinematic art that are offered by cognitive psychology, feminist theory, aesthetics, and psychoanalysis. In this study Inez Hedges looks closely at films that challenge accepted norms in both form and content. The films discussed here, including Zazie, La Nuit de Varennes, and Interiors, break out of conventional frames, upsetting our expectations about how films should look (the film frame) as well as how experience is usually organized by cinematic works of art (the psychological or cognitive frame). Hedges focuses on two primary areas: the way that the structure of film texts guides the interpretations of the spectator (hermeneutics) and the way that films reflect social models (representation).

Breaking the Frame will be of interest not only to scholars and students of film and literature but also to today's "filmliterate" public who enjoy exploring the theoretical and philosophical implications of cinematic works.

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NLS9780253206213
9780253206213
0253206219
Breaking the Frame: Film Language and the Experience of Limits by Inez Hedges
New
Paperback
Indiana University Press
1991-03-22
160
N/A
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