Table of contents for Framed : women in law and film / Orit Kamir.

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Introduction: Conceptual Framework
Part I Feminist Critique of Law Films Honor-Judging Women 
Chapter 1. Rashomon: Construction of Woman as Guilty Object
Chapter 2. Pandora's Box: Exorcising Pandora-Lilith in the Weimar Republic
Chapter 3. Blackmail: Hitchcock's Sound and the New Woman's Guilty Silence
Chapter 4. Anatomy of a Murder: Hollywood's Hero-Lawyer Revives the 
Unwritten Law
Part II Cinematic Women Demanding Judgment: From Liberal Attitudes to 
Radical Feminist Jurisprudence and the Ethics of Care
Chapter 5. Adam's Rib: Hollywood's Female Lawyer and Family Values 
Chapter 6. Nuts: The Mad Woman's Day in Court
Chapter 7. Death and the Maiden: Challenging Trauma with Feminine Judgment 
and Justice 
Part III Women Resisting and Subverting Judgment: Beyond Conventional 
Feminist Jurisprudence
Chapter 8. A Question of Silence: Feminist Community as Revolution (Read 
against "A Jury of Her Peers")
Chapter 9. Set it Off: Minority Women at the Point of No Return
Chapter 10. High Heels: Almodovar's Postmodern Transgression 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women in motion pictures.
Sex discrimination in motion pictures.
Legal films (Drama) -- History and criticism.