Corporeal Spectacle and the Wages of Looking, 1960–1965
Explores the development of a sexploitation gaze and the assertion of a “freedom to look” at nude bodies in the innocuous nudie cutie and the more violent roughie films 1960-1965, examining the figure of the gawker and the peeper that was so central to the definition of sexploitation as a mode.
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