Cinema and evil : moral complexities and the "dangerous" film / by Dara Waldron
"Malevolence (and its causes) has been central to film since its inception; the birth of film coinciding with a fascination with crime, death, murder, horror, etc. Films which address the problem of evil, however, are less frequent and fewer in quantity; especially films which respond to a body...
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK :
Cambridge Scholars Publishing,
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