The Lazy Gaze: The Aesthetics of Consumerism in Itami Jūzō’s Tampopo
Tampopo represents a confident expression of postmodern aesthetics, in that through parody, pastiche, and play it is able to capture what would otherwise be a fickle and easily-bored audience, and thus through this act of abduction, it is able to convince that audience at least to receive its message. What that message may be we shall see. First, we shall consider the features of this film which facilitate its project.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2004-03-01
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