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Projecting paranoia: conspirational visions in American film

Projecting paranoia: conspirational visions in American film

Author: Ray Pratt
Publisher: Lawrence, Kan. University Press of Kansas 2001
Series: Culture America, 2001: 1
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

The ghostly presence stands in for numerous other ""voices"" in a range of American films. In this synthesis of film and politics, Ray Pratt aims to show how such movies are deeply rooted in post-war  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ray Pratt
ISBN: 0700611509 9780700611508
OCLC Number: 901809394
Description: 323 p. ill.
Contents: Visionary Paranoia; Film Politics; The Dark Vision of Film Noir; The Culture of Resistance in the Films of the 1960s; ""You may think you know what's going on here""; Family Values? - The View from Reagan's Closet; ""She was bad news"" - Male Paranoia and Femme Fatales; Women and Sexual Paranoia; Bad Cops and their Politics; From Assassination to Surveillance Society.
Series Title: Culture America, 2001: 1
Responsibility: Ray Pratt.


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