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Various versions of OTHELLO
Preminger's TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE ME, JUNIE MOON
THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV
Bellocchio's FIST IN HIS POCKET
Hal Hartley's SIMPLE MEN
Cagney in WHITE HEAT
Pinter's THE HOMECOMING
Strindberg's THE DANCE OF DEATH
A supporting character in FRANKIE AND JOHNNY
NIGHT, MOTHER
Renoir's LA BETE HUMAINE
ROMPER STOMPER

MY OWN PRIVATE IDAHO (narcolepsy)
Also CITY SLICKERS

Altman's IMAGES might be worth a look

Don Larsson

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Donald F. Larsson
Department of English, AH 230
Minnesota State U, Mankato (56001)
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On Behalf Of Miller, James Andrew (UMC-Student)
Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 7:23 AM
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Subject: Seizures in films?

Screen-L:

I'm working on a list of films that depict epileptic (or other types) of
seizures, or at least figure seizure-pattern characters prominently in
the narrative.  A few examples:

The Andromeda Strain
Mean Streets
La Vie du Jesus
24 Hour Party People
A Matter of Life and Death (aura and hallucination)

I'd appreciate any more suggestions...

James A. Miller
University of Missouri-Columbia



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