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Suffering the Inscrutable: The Ethics of the Face in Dreyer's 'The Passion of Joan of Arc'

The film is imbued with a painterly quality wherein the not-quite static framing of the human visage is its main concern, its aesthetic gambit, and the source of its affective impact.

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