Dutch Post-war Fiction Film through a Lens of Psychoanalysis
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Dutch Post-war Fiction Film through a Lens of Psychoanalysis
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€ 155,00
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9789463725330
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Hardback
Aantal pagina's
482
Taal
Engels
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15.6 x 23.4 cm
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PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER ONE: SPITTING IMAGES, BLIND SPOTS AND DARK MIRRORS
CHAPTER TWO: IN THE NAME OF FATHERS, OVERBEARING, FLYING OR OTHERWISE
CHAPTER THREE: THAT OBSCURE OBJECT OF DESIRE
CHAPTER FOUR: FROM RABBLE, RABBLE TO HEROES
CHAPTER FIVE: PARANOIA, PSYCHOSIS, THE HORRIFIC-FANTASTIC
CHAPTER SIX: PASSAGES À L'ACTE
CHAPTER SEVEN: FROM HISTORICAL DISCOMFORT TO HISTORICAL TRAUMA
CHAPTER EIGHT: APHANISIS
CHAPTER NINE: HYSTERIA, NEUROSIS, PERVERSION
EPILOGUE
Bibliography
Photo Credits
Index of Concepts
Index of Films
Index of Names
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Peter Verstraten

Dutch Post-war Fiction Film through a Lens of Psychoanalysis

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Dutch Post-war Fiction Film through a Lens of Psychoanalysis is a sequel to Humour and Irony in Dutch Post-war Fiction Film (AUP, 2016), but the two studies can be read separately. Because of the sheer variety of Fons Rademakers’ oeuvre, which spans ‘art’ cinema and cult, genre film and historical epics, each chapter will start with one of his titles to introduce a key concept from psychoanalysis. It is an oft-voiced claim that Dutch cinema strongly adheres to realism, but this idea is put into perspective by using psychoanalytic theories on desire and fantasy. In the vein of cinephilia, this study brings together canonical titles (Als twee druppels water; Soldaat van Oranje) and little gems (Monsieur Hawarden; Kracht). It juxtaposes among others Gluckauf and De vliegende Hollander (on father figures); Flanagan and Spoorloos (on rabbles and heroes); De aanslag and Leedvermaak (on historical traumas); and Antonia and Bluebird (on aphanisis).
Auteur

Peter Verstraten

Peter Verstraten is Assistant Professor and chair of Film and Literary Studies at Leiden University. He is the author of among others Film Narratology (978-0802095053), Kernthema's in de filmwetenschap (978?90?4730?069?4) , Celluloid echo's (9789077503089), Screening Cowboys (9789075697438). He co-edited, together with two directors-of-photography Shooting Time: Cinematographers on Cinematography (978-9460830617).