Spectatorship and Identification in "Sleepless in Seattle".
Spectatorship in the cinema refers to the relationship between a film (its content, and how this content is portrayed), and the film's viewer (or spectator). The use of the term 'relationship' in cinematic spectatorship applies to the way a spectator acts in response to the content they see in the film. Filmmakers, when creating a film, are often looking for a specific response from their audience. For instance, the director of a horror film, such as Wes Craven's "Scream" (1996) and William Friedkin's "The Exorcist" (1973), attempt to make their audience scared, while directors of comedy f…
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