Rape in Art Cinema
Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Nov 3, 2011 - Performing Arts - 258 pages
Art cinema has always had an aura of the erotic, with the term being at times a euphemism for European films that were more explicit than their American counterparts. This focus on sexuality, whether buried or explicit, has meant a recurrence of the theme of rape, nearly as ubiquitous as in mainstream film.
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