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Daniel Humphrey

feminist/lesbian union between its two protagonists, only to develop into one that sees their increasing closeness homophobically. 17 To put it the way B. Ruby Rich did when comparing Persona unfavourably to Leontine Sagan’s Mädchen in Uniform (1931), ‘the loss of individual identity is a threat that haunts women’s intimacy like a destructive specter: getting too close to another woman’, ultimately, ‘means losing oneself’. 18 Put simply, the self/other distinction is anchored to sexual difference; without it

in Ingmar Bergman
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Quentin Crisp as Orlando’s Elizabeth I
Glyn Davis

became a key text in three distinct but overlapping discussions, concerning the relationship between heritage cinema and sexual difference, stereotyping and attempts to identify and define ‘queer cinema’. British heritage cinema in the 1980s and 1990s was most often associated with Merchant-Ivory Productions – the films of producer Ismail Merchant and director James Ivory, personal and professional

in The British monarchy on screen