—American FilmEmploying Freudian psychoanalysis, Christian Metz explores the nature of cinematic spectatorship and looks at the operations of meaning in. Employing Freudian psychoanalysis, Christian Metz explores the nature of cinematic spectatorship and looks at the operations of meaning in the film text. Its perceptual transparency renders it an absent signifier. Metz relates the concept to Lacan’s imaginary—the cinematic signifier is theorized as inducing.
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