The Steel;When It Melts

This tradition of exposing the vulnerability of the male ego, in cinema, ran rather curiously, simultaneously with the tradition of taking a male figure and granting him exclusivity among lesser mortals. Would it be wrong to say that for a long time, and even now, the discussion on the nature of the male ego has remained the most significant dialectic between purely studio-based mainstream blockbuster cinema and smaller cinema? Is it ironic that Ben Hur and Shadows were released close to each other; or that the same year gave us Luke Skywalker and Alvy Singer? READ MORE


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