Fuzhou Institute of Foreign Trade and Foreign Trade, China
Nowadays, film has become one of the most important and remarkable carriers of popular culture, an important cultural means to unite the common feelings and values of the nation, and also a powerful tool to study different social cultures. Starting from the research topic of "feminist narration", which has been paid continuous attention to by scholars at home and abroad, this paper introduces the analytical tool of film text, combined with narratology theory, film criticism theory and other subject theories, explores the similarities and differences between feminist narrative right and narrative strategy , and finally tries to make some beneficial contributions to improving the realistic state and practical problems of women's existence. The content of this paper focuses on the literature review and discussion of the research status of feminist narration in the visual threshold of the film, and makes a useful combing of the relevant research at home and abroad around the three aspects of "female consciousness", "psychoanalysis" and "body writing".
Female Consciousness; Psychoanalytic Perspective; Body Writing
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