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Identification, gender and genre in film : the case of Shame / Stephen Crofts. With Shame : the screenplay / Beverly Blankenship and Michael Brindley
Bib ID 365148
Format BookBook
Author
Crofts, Stephen
 
Description South Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Film Institute, c1993 
192 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0646169602
Series

Moving image (South Melbourne, Vic.) ; no. 2.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 184-191.

Subjects Shame (Motion picture)  |  Sex role in motion pictures.  |  Feminism and motion pictures.  |  Women in motion pictures.  |  Motion pictures, Australian -- History and criticism.
Other authors/contributors Brindley, Michael  |  Blankenship, Beverly
Also Titled

Shame : the screenplay

Case of Shame

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