Monday, March 30, 2009

Reading Hitchcock's Rear Window (1954) -- a critique

This critique of the conventional observations regarding Rear Window suggests that LB James's is more than a voyeur. In fact we see him less preoccupied with his girl, Grace Kelly, and far more interested in the goings on across the street corridor from him.

Meta this professor!Fine: Check out Mulvey references in Annette Kuhn's book p.58-65

Mulvey points out that the Oedipal scenario relies upon narrative. James goes oedipal in this clip at 2.54mins #twitfilm

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