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Werner Herzog's Cave of Forgotten Dreams features the oldest known art in the world—Paleolithic-era paintings in France's Chauvet Cave. His documentary not only reveals the cave's wonders, but offers a subtle commentary on 3D and its relationship to cinematic space, spectacle, science, art, and...
Both Catherine Breillat's The Sleeping Beauty and Julia Leigh's Sleeping Beauty explore the feminist problem of having, at the center of their reworked fairy tales, sleeping heroines. Each examines the nature of passivity in its relative inaccessibility, and offers in the sleeping woman's hidden...
In A Dangerous Method , David Cronenberg turns his cinematic method inside out. By shifting his attention to the absence, loss, and emptiness of repression triumphant as intensively as he usually focuses on the shock, horror, and ambivalent ecstasy of repression overturned, Cronenberg sharpens...
This essay studies three Hitchcock films to argue that their character construction—especially their construction of characters' vulnerability—is structured around patterns of timing or mistiming. It also asks more broadly what this formal choice can tell us about these films' treatment of...
Dialogue about Roman Polanski's Carnage , discussing the politics of the film: to what extent does it critique the affluent New York world it depicts?
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