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eBook Film Noir: Hard-boiled Modernity and the Cultures of Globalization (Routledge Film Guidebooks) epub
  • ISBN: 0415458129
  • Author: Justus Nieland,Jennifer Fay
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 21, 2009)
  • Pages: 304 pages
  • ePUB size: 1108 kb
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Jennifer Fay and Justus Nieland have written an ideal text for students of this fascinating category of films.

Jennifer Fay and Justus Nieland have written an ideal text for students of this fascinating category of films. Justus Nieland is Associate Professor of English at Michigan State University and the author of Feeling Modern: The Eccentriticies of Public Life (2008). Jennifer Fay is Associate Professor of English and Director of Film Studies at Michigan State University and is the author of Theaters of Occupation: Hollywood and the Re-education of Postwar Germany (2008).

Justus Nieland is Associate Professor of English at Michigan State University and the author of Feeling Modern: The Eccentriticies of Public Life (2008).

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This fresh study of film noir and global culture also discusses film noir’s heterogeneous style and revises important scholarly debates about this perpetually alluring genre.

Authors: Nieland, Justus. joint author Series: Routledge film guidebooks Published by : Routledge, (London :) Physical details: xvi, 285 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. ISBN: 0415458129 Subject(s): Film noir %History and criticism. Preface : down these mean streets, again - Film noir and the culture of internationalism - Critical debates : genre, gender, race - Film noir style and the arts of dying - Fragments of one international noir history.

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This book traces film noir’s emergent connection to European cinema, its movement within a cosmopolitan culture of literary and cinematic translation, and its postwar consolidation in the US, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.

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The term "film noir" still conjures images of a uniquely American malaise: hard-boiled detectives, fatal women, and the shadowy hells of urban life. But from its beginnings, film noir has been an international phenomenon, and its stylistic icons have migrated across the complex geo-political terrain of world cinema. This book traces film noir’s emergent connection to European cinema, its movement within a cosmopolitan culture of literary and cinematic translation, and its postwar consolidation in the US, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.

The authors examine how film noir crosses national boundaries, speaks to diverse international audiences, and dramatizes local crimes and the crises of local spaces in the face of global phenomena like world-wide depression, war, political occupation, economic and cultural modernization, decolonization, and migration. This fresh study of film noir and global culture also discusses film noir’s heterogeneous style and revises important scholarly debates about this perpetually alluring genre.

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