Feeling film : affect and authenticity in popular cinema /, affect and authenticity in popular cinema / Published by : Routledge, (New York :) Physical details: xi, 247 pages ; 23 cm ISBN:9780415496360 (pbk).
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- Feelings, identification and the problematics of cinema -- Introduction to part one: the emotional work of cinema: intersubjectivity, affective properties and emotional states -- The feeling of having a feeling: cinema and Leibniz' 'little perceptions' -- Butterfly affects: incremental narrative changes and compound representations in contemporary film and adaptation -- What becomes of the tender-hearted: transcendence, Geist and lifeworld in popular independent cinema -- The surround of cinema. Introduction to part two: adventure is out there (where I see): the surround of cinema -- I love you, man: mandate movies, bromantic comedies and the 'frat pack' -- The all-around-all-at-once: innovation and attention-seeking in -- The surround of cinema -- Adventures in the cinematic afterlife: a phenomenology of the cinematic glance -- Conclusion: the cinematic glance: commodity-identity, its afterlife and foreclosure.