She Says, He Says: The Power of the Narrator in Modernist Film Politics

@inproceedings{Rich2012SheSH,
  title={She Says, He Says: The Power of the Narrator in Modernist Film Politics},
  author={B. Ruby Rich and Ann Barr Snitow},
  year={2012}
}
As the seventies have shifted into the eighties, certain parallel aesthetic and political trends have edged close enough to shed light upon one another. In the area of film criticism and filmmaking, this closeness has proved particularly provocative in the juncture of modernist and feminist film practice. In this article, as in the conference presentation which preceded it, I take up two films which together constitute a nearly axiomatic case in point: Alexander Kluge's Part Time Work of a… 
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