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Jacques Audiard
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Jacques Audiard

Gemma King, Diana Holmes
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Jacques Audiard

Gemma King, Diana Holmes
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Fragile yet powerful, macho yet transgressive, Jacques Audiard's films portray disabled, marginalised or otherwise non-normative bodies in constant states of crisis and transformation. Jacques Audiard is the first book on the cinema of one of the most important French directors working today. It studies his screenwriting background, his collaborative practices and his use of genre motifs alongside his reputation as a celebrated French auteur. Using the motif of border-crossing – both physical and symbolic – the book explores how Audiard's films construct and transcend boundaries of many forms. Focusing on the representation of the physical body, French society and broader transnational contexts, it reveals how Audiard's cinema occupies a space both within and beyond the imaginary of French cinema.

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Publisher
Manchester University Press
Year
2021
ISBN
9781526133021
Topic
Media & Performing Arts
Subtopic
Film Direction & Production

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