crushed leaves sang under your feet
THE BIG SHAVE (1967)
Dir. Martin Scorse
-A student film by Scorsese
-Metaphor for The Vietnam War: the death of young men became integrated into the regularities of life.
WHAT’S A NICE GIRL LIKE YOU DOING IN A PLACE LIKE THIS? (1963)
Director: Martin Scorsese
Writer: Martin Scorsese
Stars: Sarah Braveman, Zeph Michelis, Fred Sica
A writer named Algernon (but called Harry by his friends) buys a picture of a boat on a lake, and his obsession with it renders normal life impossible. He attempts to function again by consulting an analyst and becoming married, but eventually succumbs to his strange anxiety by disappearing into the picture.
Subject: The portrayal of masculinity through violence in modern cinema.
-The Portrayal of masculinity through violence in modern cinema.
-The dissection of the components of a violent protagonist and antagonist.
-The infiltration of screen violence into our popular culture and how it effects the viewer.
-Society’s attraction and aversion to violence in films and their main characters.
-The glamourisation of weapons and vigilantism
-The affects of factors such as race, sex, sexuality and human nature on the portrayal of violence
Bodies, Movies, Culture
Edited by Peter Lehman
- Men, Women and Chainsaws
Gender in the Modern Horror Film
by Carol J. Clover
- The Artist as Monster
The Cinema of David Cronenberg
By William Beard
- If Looks Could Kill
Cinema’s Images of Fashion, Crime and Violence
Edited by Marketa Uhlirova
'Didn't it Rain' - Sister Rosetta Tharpe
- Train platforms, great performance site idea