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ABSTRACT Both Jelinek's and Haneke's works focus on the media's detrimental effect on relationships. Debord's The Society of the Spectacle and Baudrillard's The Vital Illusion serve as the basis for a discussion of Jelinek's Vienna, which consists of a society of voyeurs in which spectatorship...
ABSTRACT In his masterpiece, The White Ribbon, writer and film‐maker Michael Haneke creates a tale that jars the viewer with his portrayal of life in a (German) village at the threshold of World War I. But he also gratifies this psychoanalytic viewer in two ways: (1) in the historically...
ABSTRACT This article analyzes the psychopolitical dynamics of the bystander phenomenon in the context of Argentine state terror. It explores the population's adaptation to the military's Official Story through psychological defences that resulted in losses of individual and group identity. It...
ABSTRACT Spike Lee's When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts (2006) is examined as a witnessing on the national scale of the trauma felt by those who experienced flooding in the aftermath of Katrina. The premise is that national acknowledgment of the wound, and this mourning, can only...
ABSTRACT Indian cinema, affectionately known as Bollywood, makes more movies than Hollywood and is hugely influential in shaping social attitudes in the Indian subcontinent and many other parts of the world. In order to study depiction of mental illness, we searched anthology of Indian movies...
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