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You Haven't Seen the Last of Men

The Full Monty (Peter Cattaneo, 1997)

Julie Michot

to satisfy male pleasure: the woman is reduced to an “image”—thus being “passive”—whereas the man is the “bearer of the look”—thus being “active”—according to Laura Mulvey (1989: 19) . Although Mulvey's theses, originally published in 1975, have been

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Steven Eastwood

-life contextual-gaze experience. We see a person looking and we deduce to who or what the look is directed. Sometimes we mistakenly react to a person as though they are looking at us when in fact they are not. Similarly, probability but not certainty of shot

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Los Roldán and the Inclusion of Travesti Narratives

Representations of Gender-Nonconforming Identities in Argentinian Telenovelas

Martín Ponti

makeup and clothing as incompatible with the look of the company, which is a cosmetics company. These distinctions are evident from the interview between Laisa and her brother's personal assistant throughout part of the eighth episode. Figure 3

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Andrew J. Webber

otherwise by her performances in casting. However, the look of the lead character helps to attach to the film the uncomfortable label of “beautiful,” as in the critical endorsement on the cover of the DVD: “A beautiful survival story, set against the dying