Imaging the Divine: Jesus and Christ-Figures in Film

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Index
Titles of Films
This index of titles includes all films mentioned both in the text and in the endnotes.
8 1/2, 217
1900, 217
Accattone, 209, 221, 269
Acts of the Apostles, 84, 265
The Age of the Medici, 265
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, 255
Alien, 192, 206
Amarcord, 217
Andres Roublev, 230-231, 329
Les Anges du peche, 195
Apocalypse Now, 26
L'argent, 295n
Augustine of Hippo, 265
Au hasard Balthazar, xi, 185- 187, 190, 192, 195, 202- 204, 207, 226-227, 281, 296-300, 311, 313, 327- 328
Babette's Feast, xi, 130, 137- 138, 145, 148, 219, 237, 282-283, 324
Barabbas,17
Batman,206,235
Behold the Man!, 9
The Bells of St. Mary's, 216
Ben-Hur, 9, 14, 16, 28, 41, 49, 241
The Big Fisherman, 16
The Big Shave, 318
Blaise Pascal, 265
Boxcar Bertha, 221
The Brothers Karamozov, 46
Brother Sun, Sister Moon, 212
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, i, 11
Camminacammina, 271
The Cardinal, 217
Casablanca, 304, 312
Casino, 69, 256
A Child Called Jesus, 234
Christ Walking the Waters, 9
Cielo sulla palude, 130
The Circus, 46
The Color of Money, 255
Comizi d'amore, 269
The Conquering Christ, 11
Cool Hand Luke, 206, 208, 222
Crown of Thorns, 12
Cries and Whispers, 219
Dances with Wolves, 157
Day of Triumph, 234
Dead Man Walking, xi, 110, 130, 150-151, 199, 209, 217, 219, 285-286, 325
The Decalogue, 172-173, 290- 292, 326-327
Decalogue Six, xi, 174, 174, 182-183, 290, 292-293, 327
The Decline of the American Empire, 114-115

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