Police states in film and Foucault's Panopticon: negotiating spiritual and physical
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Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)
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Cinema and Media Studies
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Foucault, film, 1984, Nineteen eighty-four, The lives others, Army of shadows, surveillance, prison, police state, cerebral state, ideology, resistance, cinema, Barthes
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