Film as a Subverbversive Art

February 1975
Film & History (03603695);Feb1975, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p22
Academic Journal
The article presents information about the book "Film As a Subversive Art," by Amos Vogel. This volume traces the subversion of film form and content. The sources of revolutionary cinema and contemporary porn receive equal treatment.


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