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Abstract: "Johnny Guitar's" allegorical uses of politics and gender are highly contradictory. The film mounts a "liberal" critique of
McCarthyism that is undermined by its binary politics, which merely shift blame onto another 1950s bad object: repression
in the form of a sexually pathological woman. This apparent misogyny is tempered by other characters' performance of Joan
Riviere's masquerade, which ultimately validates a playful gender mobility.
Abstract: Historical films that evoke famous painting and art styles offer both sensuous spectacle and the satisfaction that results
from recognizing famous images. These pleasures result from shared values between filmmakers and audiences.
Abstract: "Rudaali" elaborates on the ambivalences that arise in representing the gendered subaltern, particularly the difficulty of
balancing feminist consciousness with the popular appeal that is characteristic of many Indian women's feature films.
Jeffrey A. Brown
Abstract: The figure of the tough heroine in early 1990s action films crosses variable gender boundaries; she is a performance of masculinity
in "Aliens" and "Terminator" and is the reinscription of a feminine masquerade in "Point of No Return."
Robert C. Allen
Robert Lang, Greg Martino