Cindy Patton takes Pinky as a starting point to meditate on the critical reception of this and other “problem films” and to explore the larger issues they raise about race, gender, and sexuality. Patton historicizes “problem films” and the arrival of Method acting in Hollywood, and in doing so offers new perspectives on identity politics, from feminism to the gay rights movement.
Subjects: Film Studies
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