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Come: An investigation of the female gaze

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What is it about Come that makes it feel refreshing – both artistically and storywise? My hypothesis is that the female main character is given a male gaze and this gives her more power and acting space in the film story than is usually the case for female roles in classical narrative cinema.
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Keywords: CLASSICAL NARRATIVE CINEMA; FEMINIST FILM THEORY; GAZE THEORIES; LAURA MULVEY; POPULAR CULTURE; REPRESSIVE STRUCTURES

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2012-01-01

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