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  Stars and masculinities in spanish cinema : from Banderas to Bardem (2003)

Perriam, Christopher (Chris)
Language : EnglishOxford ; New York : Oxford University, 2004Edition : Reprinted.IX, 221 orrialde : zuri-beltzeko irudiak : 23 cm(Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeSeries : Oxford Studies in Modern European Culture (Oxford University)ISBN : 0-19-815996-X.Actors and actresses | Sex role | CinematographyFragment
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Bibliografia: 205-215 orrialdeetan.
Imanol Ariasen filmografia: 40-42 orrialdeetan.
Antonio Banderasen filmografia: 67-69 orrialdeetan.
Carmelo Gómezen filmografia: 91-92 orrialdeetan.
Javier Bardemen filmografia: 117-119 orrialdeetan.
Jordi Mollàren filmografia: 141-143 orrialdeetan.
Jorge Sanzen filmografia: 167-171 orrialdeetan.
Bibliografía: páginas 205-215.
Filmografía de Imanol Arias: páginas 40-42.
Filmografía de Antonio Banderas: páginas 67-69.
Filmografía de Carmelo Gómez: páginas 91-92.
Filmografía de Javier Bardem: páginas 117-119.
Filmografía de Jordi Mollà: páginas 141-143.
Filmografía de Jorge Sanz: páginas 167-171.

Stars and Masculinities in Spanish Cinema focuses on the careers of ten Spanish film actors, including Antonio Banderas, Javier Bardem, and Eduardo Noriega. Chris Perriam traces their development as stars in the Spanish context and builds on recent, exciting work on Spanish film and culture by combining close study of performance in specific scenes with the theoretical paradigms of Star Studies and research into masculinities. Full use of popular and intellectual press coverage of these actors grounds the approach in the certain specifics of Spanish audience responses and production contexts in the period covered - more or less from Almodòvar's Labyrinth of Passion to the latest premieres. Scenes from thirty key films are covered in detail, and the full range of each star's Spanish career is studied by briefer reference to some seventy films or more. Spanish cinema is among the most exciting and distinctive cinemas in Europe and this new study is a key contribution to the growing fields of Spanish Cultural and Film Studies.

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