On the Transparency of Don Lockwood’s House

This entry is part 10 of 13 in the series Essays / Analyses.

“The set’s mise en scene is established through human movement.”

Alain Masson considers (somewhat densely) the “penetrability and transparency” of Don Lockwood’s house in this essay from the academic journal Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media & Culture 5.2 (1990). The piece was originally published in Positif 331 (1988): 50-54. 

More recently, Masson has written a book on Gene Kelly (currently only in French).

 

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