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PART ONE: SURVEYING CINEMA AS PHILOSOPHY
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Theses on Cinema as Philosophy
Figure 1.10. Intellectual montage in Sergei Eisenstein’s October
Figure 1.18. Counter-revolutionary magic in October
Arguing over Cinema as Philosophy
Figure 2.1. Visual ambiguity: a Danish or Swedish flag
Types of Authorship in the Cinema
Figure 3.1. Harriet Andersson as Monika in Summer with Monika
Figure 3.3. Lars Ekborg as Harry in Summer with Monika
Partial Intentionalism
Figure 4.1. Herlofs Marte is burnt in Day of Wrath
Figure 4.13. Anne admits to thinking of Absalon’s death
Bergman, Kaila, and the Faces of Irrationality
Figure 5.10. Peter’s imprisonment in From the Life of the Marionettes
Value, Authenticity, and Fantasy in Bergman
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index
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