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Narrative delay and the nature of love in Come

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By showing teenagers falling in love, and then cutting to the loving couple, now elderly, the short film Come brilliantly uses the excision of the narrative tradition of delay in order to revolutionize the cinema's presentation of love in theoretical synchronicity with Irving Singer's philosophical study, The Nature of Love.
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Keywords: AGEISM; CINEMA STUDIES; IRVING SINGER; NARRATIVE THEORY; PHILOSOPHY OF LOVE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 January 2012

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