Table of contents for Screening the past : memory and nostalgia in cinema / Pam Cook.

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1. Introduction: The Past Today
2. Rethinking Nostalgia: In the Mood for Love and Far from Heaven 
Section One: Reviewing the Past: History, Gender and Genre
3. Introduction 
4. Duplicity in Mildred Pierce
5. Women and the Western
6. The Pleasures and Perils of Exploitation Films 
Section Two: History and Memory in Popular British Cinema
7. Introduction 
8. Melodrama and the Women's Picture
9. Mandy: Daughter of Transition
10. Memory in British Cinema: Brief Encounters
Section Three: Stars, Iconoclasm and Identification
11. Introduction
12. Stars and Politics
13. The Gold Diggers
14. No Fixed Address: The Women's Picture from Outrage to Blue Steel
Section Four: Martin Scorsese and Post-classical Nostalgia
15. Introduction
16. Masculinity in Crisis?
17. The Last Temptation of Christ
18. Scorsese's Masquerade 
19. The Age of Innocence
Section Five: Reinventing the Past: Costume and Identity
20. Introduction
21. Fashion and Sexual Display in 1950s Hollywood
22. Replicating the Past: Memory and History in Dance with a Stranger
23. Fictions of Identity: Style, Mimicry and Gender in the Films of Kathryn Bigelow

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Nostalgia in motion pictures, Memory in motion pictures, Motion pictures Psychological aspects