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SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. Screening the Marquis de Sade : pleasure, pain and the transgressive body in film. Responsibility Lindsay Anne Hallam. By employing Sade's controversial bodily-oriented philosophy within film analysis, this book provides a new understanding of notions of pain, pleasure, and the representation of the transgressive body in film. Whereas many analyses use theory to excuse and thus dilute the power of sexual and violent images, the application is deliberately transgressive and confrontational, seeking to examine cinematic representations of human relations as unflinchingly as Sade did in his novels.
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Contact with technology is often a catalyst that sparks a course of experimentation with new ways of sexual and violent expression. Artificial Intelligence and the television show Real Humans , to the permanently in heat maneaters of Species and Queen of Blood. The erotic science-fiction film is a small sub-genre, including Flesh Gordon, Spermula, Femalien and of course, Barbarella.
While most of these films still unfortunately present sexual relations through predominantly heterosexual couplings, there is the capacity here to subvert traditional paradigms of gender and sexuality. A Sadean approach to science fiction would certainly take the genre to darker places than usual, but would result in a wider encompassing exploration of how technology has changed our desires, bodies and relationships.
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Further study involving Sade and science fiction can uncover how the genre, rather than ignoring or marginalising human sexuality, actually presents an opportunity to free it from traditional normative categories and expresses it through forms, objects and acts that are not usually perceived in a sexual way. Additionally, Sade is useful in that his philosophy confronts the dark, disgusting and violent aspects of human nature, aspects which must be acknowledged in order to then reach for the transcendence that science fiction promises.
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