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Film Quarterly (2007) 60 (3): 50–60.
Published: 01 March 2007
...D.A. Miller ABSTRACT Critics of Ang Lee's gay-themed Western may or may not condone homosexuality, but they agree on one point:this movie of cowboys in love is well made .The essay unpacks what this perception implies about Lee's craft, as an art of reticence and a politics of neutrality. © 2007...
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Film Quarterly (2007) 60 (3): 32–37.
Published: 01 March 2007
..., Brokeback Mountain is a Western. Surely, there is nothing more American than a Western? However, part of what is new about the lm is precisely its Chinese side. First, the lm is not only distinguished from most other Westerns by mixing in melodrama. Rather, as with all of Ang Lee s lms, it also uses...
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Film Quarterly (2007) 60 (3): 44–48.
Published: 01 March 2007
..., in the gay community, debates etched the limits of contemporary identity politics. queer cinema Brokeback identity politics audience Ang Lee B. R U B Y R I C H Brokering Brokeback: Jokes, Backlashes, and Other Anxieties WORD ON BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN had been building long before its release...