cinema many were living and many kept on living, and many became dead,
as Gertrude Stein might say. Some kept on living and some kept on being
dead and some became things. Bodies proliferate in cinema. Living bodies
to be sure, but also dead bodies, and transitional bodies, suspended
between the being of a subject and object hood. We tend to use the same
word to designate both a living and a dead body. The body is constant,
qualified only by an adjective—‘living’ or ‘dead’. We also, of course,
use the word ‘corpse’. Dead is dead, no doubt, but if there are degrees
of deadness then a corpse is probably deader than a dead body.
Paperback: 52 pages
Publisher: caboose (2012)
Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.3 x 0.3 inches
Published in Canada
Caboose is an independent publisher of books about film located in
Montreal, Canada. Caboose publishes a small number of innovative books
each year on topics related to film theory, history and criticism. They
are often collaborative in nature and create whole new fields of enquiry
and modes of discussion of interest to specialists and general readers
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