The bliss of an eternal deferral: The temporality of cinema in Cat’s Cradle
Both despite and because of its numerous references to the act of passage, Cat’s Cradle by Liz Hughes presents a narrative that joyfully erases the cruelty of death. This article examines the metanarrative devices deployed by the film to create, through contrast, a sense of endless anticipation to a loss eternally deferred.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Purdue University
Publication date: October 1, 2013
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