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Revision as of 22:08, 31 March 2014

"A Secret Affair: Feminist and Psychoanalytic Theory"

Citation: Bacungan, F.V.J.T., Garcia, J.A., and Francisco, I.G. (2014). A secret affair: feminist and psychoanalytic theory. Unpublished undergraduate creative output/reflection paper. Manila: University of the Philippines Diliman - College of Mass Communication.

Abstract: This short creative output and reflection paper use feminist and psychoanalytic theories to delve into the character representations of the 2012 romantic-drama film "A Secret Affair," directed by Nuel Naval and starring Derek Ramsay, Anne Curtis and Andi Eigenmann.

Note: These works are in fulfillment of the requirements of Dean Rolando B. Tolentino for his Film 171 (Film Theory) class for the second semester of AY 2013-2014. These works are subject to the guidelines in the copyright page.

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