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Kline, T.J. (1994). Bernardo Bertolucci's Little Buddha. Psychoanal. Rev., 81(4):759-763.

(1994). Psychoanalytic Review, 81(4):759-763

Bernardo Bertolucci's Little Buddha

T. Jefferson Kline

It has not escaped the notice of most critics that Bertolucci's new film, Little Buddha is unlike any of his previous works. Gone are the tortuous, often sadistic relationships that punctuated his work from Before the Revolution to The Last Emperor, here replaced by a remarkably beatific atmosphere, one that has evoked such epithets as simple, serene, and even “ethereal nonsense.”1


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