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Rear Window and Reflexivity

I liked when we talked in class about Rear Window being reflexive.  How the film is about film itself.  How Jeff is ignoring Lisa until she enters the screen. I liked that idea and it in fact never crossed my … Continue reading Continue reading

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Jeff and Lisa’s Gender Dynamics in Rear Window

Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window presents an opportunity to explore Laura Mulvey’s critique of cinematic tradition in “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,” particularly since Mulvey herself uses Rear Window as an example of Hitchcock’s predilection for voyeurism in his films (7-8). … Continue reading Continue reading

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