FROM DOPPELGNGER TO MONSTER: KITANO TAKESHI'S TAKESHIS'

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					FROM DOPPELGÄNGER TO MONSTER: KITANO TAKESHI'S TAKESHIS'
Daisuke Miyao
Canadian Journal of Film Studies; Sprin
				
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Description: In particular, I argue that in Takeshis' the notion of the monster emerges as a transfigured notion of the doppelgnger, the split personality of nineteenth-century Romantic literature and of early twentieth-century German cinema haunted by shadows and alter egos, which has been intimately bound up with human mortality and the origins of image making.7 [Takeshi/Kitano] and his films have often been critically analyzed from the notion of the doppelgnger.
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