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In this episode, co-hosts Simone Barros, Zach Betonte and Andrew Swope discuss another collaboration between English playwright Harold Pinter and American expat Joseph Losey's 1967 drama, "Accident". They discuss how subjective memory functions within the narrative construction, the presence of animals throughout the film, and question whether the camera objectifies or empowers its female protagonists. 
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Links for Reference:
Class & Anticolonial Politics In Pinter & Losey's "The Servant"
In "Accident", A Mystery & A Movie Masterpiece
Emory Cinematheque: "Accident" (1967)
"Accident" (1967) Rialto Pressbook
Joseph Losey's English Rituals

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