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A study of David Fincher's film about the founding of Facebook, The Social Network , in terms of its continuity with the director's previous work; its depiction of U.S. institutions; and its complex, disturbing account of the cultural consequences of the Internet.
A survey of Roberto Rossellini's filmmaking career with particular emphasis on the continuities and differences between the World War II films of his early career and the later dramatization of an older scientific, religious, and political history.
An analysis of Christopher Nolan's science-fiction thriller, Inception , which relates it to Nolan's previous films and argues that the film's multilayered nest of worlds and strangely cold action sequences relate to the commodification of the psyche.
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