Picturing Japaneseness: Monumental Style, National Identity, Japanese Film


Explores the role of 1930s Japanese cinema in the construction of a national identity and in the larger context of Japan's encounter-and struggle-with the West and modernity. Davis lends a new perspective to such celebrated films as "Gate of Hell," "Kagemusha," and "Ran."

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