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Vindicating the Femme Fatale in Manuel Antín’s Circe
The present article analyzes a classic Argentine film noir, Circe, to explore its representation of a powerful, autonomous female protagonist ahead of the historical moment of 1964. The director Manuel Antín creates a film adaptation that departs from the source text by Julio Cortázar by focalizing the motivations and actions of a female character that flouts societal expectations and mores. The article is theoretically grounded in feminist, subjectivity and film adaptation theory. The article contributes to the fields of Latin American Studies, Global Film and Media Studies, Argentine Cultural and Literary Studies, and Gender Studies.
"Vindicating the Femme Fatale in Manuel Antín’s 'Circe',"
Dissidences: Vol. 5
, Article 4.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.bowdoin.edu/dissidences/vol5/iss10/4