Love in the Post: From Plato to Derrida

Love in the Post: From Plato to Derrida
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Love in the Post: From Plato to Derrida: The Screenplay and Commentary is an original screenplay inspired by Derrida’s The Post Card, together with new critical commentary by the filmmakers and interviews with leading Derrida scholars.

Love in the Post (2013) is inspired by Jacques Derrida’s book The Post Card. Like the book, the film plays with fact and fiction, weaving together the stories of a scholar of literature and a film director, alongside insights from critics and philosophers.

Theo Marks works in a university department that is soon to be closed. His wife Sophie, enigmatic and distant, is in analysis. Filmmaker Joanna struggles to make a film about
The Post Card. These people are set on a collision course prompted by a series of letters that will change their lives.

The film features a never before seen interview with Derrida, alongside contributions from Geoff Bennington, Ellen Burt, Catherin Malabou, J. Hillis Miller and Samuel Weber.

Alongside the original screenplay, Martin McQuillan provides an extended commentary on Derrida’s original text, the film and its making. Joanna Callaghan reflects on her practice as a filmmaker and her engagement with philosophy as a director. The volume concludes with interviews between McQuillan and five leading Derrida scholars.
Acknowledgments / Notes on Contributors / Trailer, Joanna Callaghan and Martin McQuillan / Illustration, Martin McQuillan / Love in the Post: Screenplay, Joanna Callaghan and Martin McQuillan / Credits / Reflections, Joanna Callaghan / The Legs of Freud, Martin McQuillan / A Post Card for Kittler, Martin McQuillan / Autobibliographies, Martin McQuillan / The Sex Lives of the Philosophers, Martin McQuillan / Eros in the Age of Technical Reproductability, Theo Marks / Interviews, Geoffrey Bennington, Ellen Burt, Catherin Malabou, J. Hillis Miller, Samuel Weber, David Wilson / Filming Deconstruction/Deconstructing Film, Jonathan Dronsfield

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