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  1. "A million years...just for us" : Subversive fixity in Peter Weir's Picnic at Hanging Rock


    URL/Identifizierer http://www.forumjournal.org/article/view/569/854
    QuellenartElektronische Volltexte & Multimedia>>Aufsätze aus Zeitschriften / Sammelbänden>>
    UrheberTate, Alex
    Verleger University <Edinburgh>
    Veröffentlichungsdatum2006
    Umfang 11 S.
    Schlagworte FWFilmregisseur; Filmanalyse; Filmtheorie; Filmsprache -> Film Sprache
    Freie Schlagworte FW Peter Weir; Picknick am Valentinstag
    Beschreibung "Donna Haraway's "Cyborg Manifesto" identifies the potential for marginalised sub-groups to resist oppression by "seizing the tools to mark the world that marked them as other". In the field of visual representation, this agenda can be applied to the aesthetic syntax by which this 'Othering' is deployed, namely to the formal parameters and construction of marginalised identities. Peter Weir's Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975) through its romanticised imagery, and narrative of Victorian sexual repression, ostensibly sets up a classical heterosexist ideology of woman as enigmatic Other; her presence a narratively unthreatening interval of erotic contemplation. I argue a re-reading of the film where this phallocentric project becomes self-defeating as its tools turn against itself." (Information des Anbieters)
    Inhaltsverzeichnis/StrukturArticle; Works Cited
    Themen FWFilm>>Theorie, Methodik, Didaktik; Film>>Inszenierung und Regie; Film>>Einzelne Filme (Sekundärliteratur)
    RVK FWAP 45000; AP 45100; AP 45200; AP 45300; AP 45400; AP 51005-AP 51400; AP 59800
    DDC FWPhilosophie, Theorie, Ästhetik; Historische, geografische, personenbezogene Behandlung; Personen
    geographischer BezugBehandlung nach Gebieten, Regionen, Orten im Allgemeinen>>
    zeitlicher Bezugzeitlich übergreifend / unabhängig>>
    SpracheEnglisch
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    Anmerkungen zur RessourceForum: University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture and the Arts, Summer 2006