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Title Cinepaternity : fathers and sons in Soviet and post-Soviet film / edited by Helena Goscilo & Yana Hashamova.
Imprint Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [2010]
©2010

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PN1995.9.F42 C56 2010    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PN1995.9.F42 C56 2010    AVAILABLE  
Subject Fathers and sons in motion pictures.
Motion pictures -- Russia (Federation) -- History -- 20th century.
Alt Name Goscilo, Helena, 1945-
Hashamova, Yana.
Description x, 331 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references, filmographies, and index.
Contents Introduction: cinepaternity: the psyche and its heritage -- Thaw, stagnation, Perestroika. The myth of the "great family" in Marlen Khutsiev's Lenin's guard and Mark Osep'ian's Three days of Viktor Chernyshev / Alexander Prokhorov -- Mending the rupture: the war trope and the return of the imperial father in 1970s cinema / Elena Prokhorova -- Models of male kinship in Perestroika cinema / Seth Graham -- War in the post-Soviet dialogue with paternity. The fathers' war through the sons' lens / Tatiana Smorodinskaya -- War as the family value: failing fathers and monstrous sons in My stepbrother Frankenstein / Mark Lipovetsky -- A surplus of surrogates: Mashkov's Fathers / Helena Goscilo -- Reconceiving filial bonds. Resurrected fathers and resuscitated sons: homosocial fantasies in The return and Koktebel / Yana Hashamova -- The forces of kinship: Timur Bekmambetov's Night watch cinematic trilogy / Vlad Strukov -- Fathers, sons, and brothers: redeeming patriarchal authority in The brigade / Brian James Baer -- Auteurs and the psychological/philosophical. Fraught filiation: Andrei Tarkovsky's Transformations of personal trauma / Helena Goscilo -- Vision and blindness in Sokurov's Father and son / José Alaniz.
ISBN 9780253354587 (cloth)
0253354587 (cloth)
9780253221872 (pbk.)
0253221870 (pbk.)
OCLC # 419823767
Table of Contents
IntroductionCinepaternity : the psyche and its heritage1
1The myth of the "great family" in Marlen Khutsiev's Lenin's guard and Mark Osep'ian's Three days of Viktor Chernyshev / Alexander Prokhorov29
2Mending the rupture : the war trope and the return of the imperial father in 1970s cinema / Elena Prokhorova51
3Models of male kinship in perestroika cinema / Seth Graham70
4The fathers' war through the sons' lens / Tatiana Smorodinskaya89
5War as the family value : failing fathers and monstrous sons in My stepbrother Frankenstein / Mark Lipovetsky114
6A surplus of surrogates : Mashkov's fathers / Helena Goscilo138
7Resurrected fathers and resuscitated sons : homosocial fantasies in The return and Koktebel / Yana Hashamova169
8The forces of kinship : Timur Bekmambetov's Night watch cinematic trilogy / Vlad Strukov191
9Fathers, sons, and brothers : redeeming patriarchal authority in The brigade / Brian James Baer217
10Fraught filiation : Andrei Tarkovsky's transformations of personal trauma / Helena Goscilo247
11Vision and blindness in Sokurov's Father and son / Jose Alaniz282
 Contributors321
 Index315


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