4 edition of Cinematic identity found in the catalog.
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Patton historicizes “problem films” and the arrival of Method acting in Hollywood, and in doing so offers new perspectives on identity politics, from feminism to the gay rights movement.
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I think students and professors of film and literature will want to read it. The author’s expertise is in film, 5/5(2). Cinematic Identity: Anatomy of a Problem Film; Cindy Patton ; Book; Published by: University of Minnesota Press; Series: Theory Out Of BoundsCited by: 4.
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