Actual Image || Virtual Cut: Schizoanalysis and Montage

Deleuze Studies 5 (2):177-208 (2011)
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If a machine is something that cuts into a continuous flow, schizoanalysis can be read, quite literally, as an analysis of cuts. In cinematic registers, it is an analysis of montage. Looking closely at a number of modes and moments of montage in the work of Alfred Hitchcock, this paper shows how his strategies of ‘reciprocally presupposing’ actual image and virtual montage relate to a Deleuzian poetics and politics of the cinema.
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DOI 10.3366/dls.2011.0017
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