Doubling, Distance and Identification in the Cinema by P. Coates

By P. Coates

This publication argues theoretically for, and exemplify via severe and old research, the interrelatedness of discourses on scale, distance, id and doubling within the cinema. It comprises analyses of a large choice of movies, together with Citizen Kane, The Double lifetime of Véronique, the nice Gatsby, Gilda, Vertigo and Wings of Desire.

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