Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity : Narrative Time in National Contexts
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Yayıncı Edinburgh University Press ( 02 / 2008 ) ISBN 9780748635856 | 232 x 160 mm | İngilizce | 244 Sayfa | Türler Sinema İnceleme | Genel Felsefe
"Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity" deploys Deleuze's philosophical ideas to examine the construction of national identity across a range of different cinemas. Focusing on "unusual" constructions of narrative time, the films discussed include: "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind", "Terminator 3", "Memento", "Saving Private Ryan", "Run Lola Run", "Sliding Doors", and "Chaos and Peppermint Candy". Each film is examined in light of a major historical event - such as 9/11, German reunification, and the Asian economic crisis - and the impact it had on individual nations.This cross-cultural approach illustrates how Deleuze's work enhances our understanding of the construction of national identity in cinema, and enables a critique of Deleuze's at times Eurocentric conclusions. This is the first sustained analysis of Deleuze, cinema and national identity, bringing together film theory and film history. It examines how narrative time is used to construct national identity across a range of different cinemas, including Britain, Germany, North America, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Italy and Poland. It uses Deleuze in conjunction with different types of recent cinema, from Hollywood blockbusters to European art films, to Asian gangster movies.