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Mystery envelope: Kitchen Sink as Female Gothic

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Kitchen Sink is a highpoint of Female Gothic exploration in contemporary world cinema. In this genre female characters face, within dreamlike situations, archetypal male figures who prompt fear and desire. Like other films by prominent New Zealand women directors, Kitchen Sink boldly experiments with horror–mystery–thriller conventions in a feminist context.
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Keywords: ALISON MACLEAN; FEMALE GOTHIC; FEMINISM; GENRE; HORROR-THRILLER-MYSTERY; NEW ZEALAND

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 January 2012

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