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Author Balanzategui, Jessica, author

Title The Uncanny child in Transnational Cinema : ghosts of futurity at the turn of the twenty-first century / Jessica Balanzategui
Published Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2018
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Series Film culture in transition
Film culture in transition.
Contents Cover; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; The Child as Uncanny Other; Section One Secrets and Hieroglyphs: The Uncanny Child in American Horror Film; 1. The Child and Adult Trauma in American Horror of the 1980s; 2. The Uncanny Child of the Millennial Turn; Section Two Insects Trapped in Amber: The Uncanny Child in Spanish Horror Film; 3. The Child and Spanish Historical Trauma; 4. The Child Seer and the Allegorical Moment in Millennial Spanish Horror Cinema; Section Three Our Fear Has Taken on a Life of Its Own: The Uncanny Child in Japanese Horror Film
5. The Child and Japanese National Trauma6. The Prosthetic Traumas of the Internal Alien in Millennial J-Horror; Section Four Trauma's Child: The Uncanny Child in Transnational Coproductions and Remakes; 7. The Transnational Uncanny Child; 8. Progress and Decay in the 21st Century; The Postmodern Uncanny Child in The Others (Alejandro AmenĂ¡bar, 2001); 9. 'Round and round, the world keeps spinning. When it stops, it's just beginning'; Analogue Ghosts and Digital Phantoms in The Ring (Gore Verbinski, 2002); Conclusion; Works Cited; Filmography; Artworks; Music; Film Index (by Country); Index
Summary Contents: The Child as Uncanny Other / Section One / Secrets and Hieroglyphs: The Uncanny Child in American Horror Film / Chapter One: The Child and Adult Trauma in American Horror of the 1980s / Chapter Two: The Uncanny Child of the Millennial Turn / Section Two / Insects Trapped in Amber: The Uncanny Child in Spanish Horror Film / Chapter Three: The Child and Spanish Historical Trauma / Chapter Four: The Child Seer and the Allegorical Moment in / Millennial Spanish Horror Cinema. / Section Three / Our Fear Has Taken on a Life of Its Own: The Uncanny Child in Japanese Horror Film / Chapter Five: The Child and Japanese National Trauma / Chapter Six: The Prosthetic Traumas of the Internal Alien in Millennial J-Horror / Section Four[-]Trauma's Child: The Uncanny Child in Transnational Remakes and Co-productions / Chapter Seven: The Transnational Uncanny Child/ Chapter Eight: Progress and Decay in the Twenty-first Century: The Postmodern Uncanny Child in The Others / Chapter Nine: 'Round and round, the world keeps spinning. When it stops, it's just beginning:' Analogue Ghosts and Digital Phantoms in The Ring
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Children in motion pictures.
Uncanny, The (Psychoanalysis)
Horror films -- United States
Horror films -- Spain
Horror films -- Japan
Ceramic arts, pottery, glass.
PERFORMING ARTS -- Reference.
ART -- General.
Children in motion pictures.
Horror films.
Uncanny, The (Psychoanalysis)
Japan.
Spain.
United States.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9789048537792
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9789462986510
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