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Abstract: This article discusses recent theorizations of the relationship between female spectators and such popular lesbian films as
"Personal Best", "Lianna", "Desert Hearts", and "Claire of the Moon."
Jenny Kwok Wah Lau
Abstract: An analysis of "Modern Security Guards" (1981) reveals the importance of comedy to Hong Kong cinema during the 1980s and demonstrates
how Hong Kong films should be read within their own sophisticated cultural and political context.
Abstract: In five recent black action films designed for crossover appeal, such factors as capitalism and the drug trade, racial self-hatred,
and the geopolitics of ghetto space have influenced the construction of a 1990s black male identity.
Abstract: In light of recent developments in feminist and postcolonial theory, the genre conventions of "M. Butterfly" remain consistent
with David Cronenberg's earlier style of horror film.
Abstract: By placing "Unforgiven" in the context of the western genre and Clint Eastwood's prior films and by using a broadly cognitive
approach, this essay shows how the film elicits conflicted emotional responses to the violence it depicts.
Robert Lang, Greg Martino