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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 000 II. Predation versus Transformation 5. Packs, Predators, and Love in Hitchcock's North by Northwest 000 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).