The aural point of view in the early films of Rolf de Heer
Starrs, D. Bruno (2011) The aural point of view in the early films of Rolf de Heer. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 28(1), pp. 28-40.
This paper argues that his use of the aural point of view (APOV) in his early films (Tail of a tiger , Incident at Raven's Gate , Dingo , Bad boy Bubby  and The quiet room ) permit greater audience identification with the protagonist/s and help define writer/director/producer Rolf de Heer as an aural auteur.
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