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  1. Introduction
  2. The housing crisis
  3. The masculine trauma
  4. The outlaws
  5. Neil McCauley
  6. Conclusion

Vivian Sobchack begins her essay ?Lounge Time? by clearly stating her purpose; to identify film noir and its context in society. Film noir is a term used by film critiques to refer to the trend that took place in American movies following World War II. While the American films of the 1930's were good natured and humorous, post-World War America inspired a shift to darker, sexually motivated, and more cynical films.

[...] Vivian Sobchack: Lounge Time Vivian Sobchack begins her essay ?Lounge Time? by clearly stating her purpose; to identify film noir and its context in society. Film noir is a term used by film critiques to refer to the trend that took place in American movies following World War II. While the American films of the 1930's were good natured and humorous, post-World War America inspired a shift to darker, sexually motivated, and more cynical films. Film noir critics attribute this shift to the social and economic conditions such as an increase in crime and concerns regarding the role of the working women in society. [...]

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