The cinema of Mia Hansen-Løve : candour and vulnerability / Kate Ince.
- Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 
- Visionaries (Edinburgh University Press)
Visionaries: thinking through female filmmakers
ix, 166 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
- Hansen-Løve, Mia, 1981-.
Motion picture producers and directors -- France.
- Machine generated contents note: Hansen-Love as actor and critic
Becoming an auteur
Transnational authorship in contemporary France
1. Fracture Familiale
Liquid love and the twenty-first-century family
Fracture familiale and film form in All Is Forgiven and Father of My Children
Fractures of time and place in Things to Come and Maya
Liquid society, precariousness, ethics and film
Conclusion: girlhood and the ethics of fracture familiale
2. Vulnerable People
Fragile life in All Is Forgiven
Risk, denial and failure in Father of My Children
Failing fatherhood and postmodern French masculinities
Life crises in Eden and Goodbye First Love
Recovery time in Maya
Reconfiguring male domination
Vulnerabilisation of the subject
3. Adversity And Resilience: The Post-Secular Ethic Of Vocation
Camille's architectural recovery
Paul Vallee's (re)turn to literature
Nathalie Chazeaux's philosophical resilience
Gabriel Dahan, war reporter
4. Candid Camera, Or An Aesthetic Of Transcendence
`Palpitations of life'
Pastoral beauty in France and India in All Is Forgiven, Goodbye First Love, Things to Come and Maya
A transcendental style for the twenty-first century?
5. Lost In Music
Music in Hansen-Love's films
6. The Rivers Of Time
De-spatialising time: Bergsonian duree and Deleuze's time-image
Flow, movement and time in Goodbye First Love and Father of My Children
Time tunnels in Goodbye First Love and Maya
From narrative to phenomenological realism
Moments in time
Conclusion: the ethics of duree.
- Includes bibliographical references, index and filmography.
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