Table of contents for Crowds, power, and transformation in cinema / Lesley Brill.

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Contents
Introduction	000
I. Power versus Crowds
1. Crowds and Power in Two Silent Films: Eisenstein's The 
Battleship Potemkin and Griffith's Intolerance	000
2. The Comedic Crowds of Preston Sturges	000
3. The Deceitful Dead and the Triumph of Nothing: Kurosawa's 
Throne of Blood	000
4. Crowds, Isolation, and Transformation in Welles's Citizen Kane
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II. Predation versus Transformation
5. Packs, Predators, and Love in Hitchcock's North by Northwest
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6. "Boundaries, Burdens, and Stings": Living as Prey in Burnett's 
Killer of Sheep	000
7. Changing Places: Predation, Transformation, and Identity in 
Demme's The Silence of the Lambs	000
Concluding Thoughts	000
Afterword: On Crowds and Power	000
Appendix: Summary of Crowds and Power	000
Notes	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Crowds in motion pictures.
Power (Social sciences).