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New Perceptions: Kinugasa Teinosuke's Films and Japanese Modernism

From: Cinema Journal
43, Number 3, Spring 2004
pp. 59-78 | 10.1353/cj.2004.0017

Abstract

This essay offers a reading of Kinugasa Teinosuke's independent silent films as responses to the traumatic experience of twentieth-century modernity. Of particular interest are the global and local intertexts in A Page of Madness and Crossways, their connections to the literary criticism of the shinkankakuha, or New Perception school, and the centrality of sensory perception in Kinugasa's work.



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