'Wheatley's detailed analysis of its shifting perspectives opens up the multiplicity of meanings Cache contains, the better to understand its secrets.' -Sight & Sound 'Wheatley avoids plumping for a single interpretation, instead teasing out the "multilayered thematic" of the elusive film. We end up no nearer to unriddling this "whodunit without a solution", but granted a deeper appreciation of its tantalising subtleties.' -Philip Kemp, Total Film
About the Author
CATHERINE WHEATLEY Lecturer in Film Studies, King's College London, UK.She is the author of Michael Haneke's Cinema: The Ethic of the Image, (2008:Berghahn); the co-editor, with Lucy Mazdon, ofJe t'aime . . . moi non plus: Franco-British Cinematic Relations, (2010: Berghahn), and Sex, Art and Cinephila: French Films in Britain (Berghahn, forthcoming).