This book offers an in-depth examination of cinema and its philosophical significance. Alex Ling employs the philosophy of Alain Badiou to answer the question central to all serious film scholarship - namely, 'can cinema be thought?' - using films ranging from Hiroshima mon amour to Vertigo to The Matrix to illustrate Badiou's philosophy.
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