Akira_and_Napier

Akira_and_Napier - – Exaggeration – Sexual – Violent...

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Akira and Napier
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Napier’s categorizations Understand film in cultural context Identity exploration Mukokuseki vs. Furosato
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Apocalypse Dystopian Anxiety Destruction of Society/Planet Alienation Generation gap Destruction of familial/ gender roles
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Matsuri Festival Liminal Space Playful Leveling of social order Humor
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Unformatted text preview: – Exaggeration – Sexual – Violent – Intoxicating Elegy • Death poem • Traditional • Nostalgia • Transience • Mono no aware The Body • Animated Possibilities • Henshin • Challenges hegemonic viewpoints Adolescence • Search for Identity • Freedom vs. Authority • Abjection...
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This note was uploaded on 03/13/2008 for the course INART 001 taught by Professor Jortner,davidjon during the Spring '08 term at Penn State.

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