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- In discussing the role of women in films, Laura Mulvey states that women are the bearer of meaning and not the maker of meaning. According to Mulvey, what is the reason for this and how does it affect how films are made and seen? Using any of the films we have watched in class between weeks 1 and 5, discuss the films treatment of the image of woman and how the representation applies to or complicates Mulveys theory (in other words: in the film, are women bearers of meaning and not makers of meaning?).
- The films are 1. Women of the Night (Yoru no onnatachi), Mizoguchi Kenji (1948)[reserves] 2. SADA, Obayashi Nobuhiko [reserves] 3. Funeral Parade of Roses, Matsumoto Toshio (1969) [reserves] 4. Ripples of Change: Japanese Womens Search for Self, Kurihara Nanako (1993) [reserves] 5. Female Convict Scorpion: Jailhouse 41, Ito Shunya (1972)
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