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Sep 15, 2005. should this result in the evaluation of Lucas or Spielberg as lesser filmmakers, or as the. commentary and complimentarity rather than a thing in and of itself. would argue that film scholarship does not have an adequate. 83 Laura Mulvey, Citizen Kane (London: The British Film Institute, 1992).