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Abstract

OLVERA ROMERO, Caleb. La disolución de la primera persona en el cine. Tres películas. LiminaR [online]. 2011, vol.9, n.1, pp. 120-131. ISSN 2007-8900.

This article discusses and criticizes the relationship established between identity construction and narrative structures. It describes the criticism of this structure, this has been developed by two directors of contemporary cinema, D. Lynch and D. Cronenberg, both visual proposals seek the deconstruct of the identity through the narrative deconstructing, the result of this are films like Lost Highway, Mulholland Drive and Spider, these three films seem to be narrated from unstructured subjects that present alterations in their identities owing to the loss of narrative.

Keywords : Disolution; identy; unstructured; criticism; cinema.

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