From Tattoo to Saw, this book considers mainstream cinema's
representation of the viscerally dominated and marked body.
Examining a shift in the late twentieth century to narratives that
highlight subjection, endurance and willed-acquiescence, it probes
the confluence of pain, pleasure and consent to analyse the
implications of the change.
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