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Revisiting Metz: bodiless-character films and the dynamic of desire/fantasy in narrative cinema1
Abstract This article examines the relationship between the dynamic of desire/fantasy, spectatorship, and the embodiment of characters by actors in regard to film’s unique ontology of absence andExpand
Challenging Ontological Order: Walls and Historical Space in Narrative Films
in narrative fiction (i.e., literature, theater, and film), characters are always placed in the specific spaces and times in which the plot occurs; in film, they are placed within an illusion ofExpand
The authorship of Uri Zohar: the ethics and aesthetics of the Archimedean lever
ABSTRACT This article discusses Zohar’s subversive reflexive aesthetics, termed the “Archimedean-lever ethics,” comprised of three stages: the world rendered from one perspective; the same worldExpand