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Table of Contents Introduction Questions of Theory 1. Poetics of Cinema 2. Convention, Construction, and Cinematic Vision Studies in Narrative 3. Three Dimensions of Film Narrative 4. Cognition and Comprehension: Viewing and Forgetting in Mildred Pierce 5. The Art Cinema as a Mode of Film Practice 6. Film Futures 7. Mutual Friends and Chronologies of Chance Studies in Style 8. Cinecerity 9. Taking Things to Extremes: Hallucinations Courtesy of Robert Reinert 10. CinemaScope, The Modern Miracle You See Without Glasses 11. Who Blinked First? 12. Visual Style in Japanese Cinema, 1925-1945 13. A Cinema of Flourishes 14. Aesthetics in Action: Kung Fu, Gunplay, and Cinematic Expression 15. Richness through Imperfection: King Hu and the Glimpse
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