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Oxford University Press, New York - ISBN:0195035739, 1985. softcover, 5½" x 8½. Previous owner's name and small white-out to ffep. Book in VERY GOOD condition. This third edition of a highly popular text on film theory - including psychoanalytic, feminist, and Marxist approaches - and new essays on television, horror films, and experimental movie making. The final section is substantially revised to take into account film's relationship to its consumers: how films shape or reflect cultural attitudes, reinforce or reject dominant modes of cultural thinking, and stimulate or frustrate people's needs and drives.