Leslie Y. Rabkin
Publisher: Scarecrow Press (October 1, 1998)
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during this distinct filmography, Leslie Rabkin delves deeply into film's "unconscious," generating a worthwhile reference textual content interested by the background of movie and its illustration of treatment and psychological affliction. The Celluloid sofa is prepared via decade, aside from the earliest interval, The Silent period (from the very beginnings of movie to 1920). each one interval features a considerate advent that highlights vital motion pictures and discusses the intersection of movie with background and psychology. Rabkin's evaluate lays naked styles in film's illustration of psychological sickness and treatment, and inquires how modern stereotypes of psychiatric sufferers and associations were shaped from movie. Textual examples within the creation are drawn from magazines and newspapers, in addition to various readings of really vital movies refracted during the lens of a psychologist. The alphabetical entries are compact and inclusive, containing major titles in addition to international listings, and exact info akin to solid, size, director, manufacturer, and a quick synopsis of the film's plot and dialogue of the kinds of treatment depicted and used in the movie. an effective source for the coed of movie, psychology, or mass tradition, The Celluloid sofa makes the massive variety of renowned movies that painting psychological affliction and remedy obtainable.