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Empathetic Space on Screen: Constructing Powerful Place and Setting

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In this book we learn that there is a clear but complex relationship between setting and character on screen. Certain settings stand out above others--think of the iconic gooey dripping tunnels that Ripley stumbles through in Aliens, Norman's bird-decorated parlour in Psycho or the dark Gotham of certain Batman movies. But what makes these particular settings so powerful a ...more
Paperback, 270 pages
Published December 27th 2017 by Palgrave MacMillan
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Sri Harsha
Jun 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I got this book for free on springer during the Covid-19 lock down and what a fascinating read it turned out to be. The definitions and classifications of characters, the detailed analyses with examples, the space breakdowns are quite well arranged. As a cinéphile I admire the research work put into collecting the information and presenting it with a very technical approach.

Highly recommended!.
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