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Film theory has for so long focused on sociological, empirical, and psychoanalytic approaches that aesthetic sensibilities seem to have been forgotten. This book puts the emphasis back on film as an art form. Through discussions of Orlando, The English Patient, Romeo and Juliet, Strange Days, and Leon, the book offers a new and creative collusion between Deleuzian philosophy -- specifically Deleuze's ideas about desire, pleasure, sensation, affect, and "becoming-woman" -- and contemporary film studies.
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