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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of thematise.

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Examples

  • Matilda Mroz on Man of Marble: "Wajda's film not only thematises the fracturing of a spatial homogenisation and subjective repression in [filmmaker] Agnieszka's investigation of the régime's manipulations, but also enacts a dynamic implosion of these façades through disassembling a deceptively cohesive way of seeing and experiencing cinematic space, and resurrecting the visceral potentiality of figures on the screen."

    GreenCine Daily: Senses of Cinema. 43.

  • In the process, the third chapter explicitly thematises the principle that an apparently singular, unitary entity such as money

    Roughtheory.org

  • Marx's quick discussion of the interaction between the social and material properties of the money commodity thus thematises a problem that is more anthropologically specific to the production of capital than it may at first appear.

    Roughtheory.org

  • Wajda's film not only thematises the fracturing of a spatial homogenisation and subjective repression in [filmmaker] Agnieszka's investigation of the régime's manipulations, but also enacts a dynamic implosion of these façades through disassembling a deceptively cohesive way of seeing and experiencing cinematic space, and resurrecting the visceral potentiality of figures on the screen. "opened 25 years ago to scornful critics and a disappointed public confronted by a moody, violent and densely layered science fiction film governed by existential themes and Marxist tendencies," begins

    GreenCine Daily

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