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ABSTRACT A trio of British films depicting the era of Punk deal in different ways with the idea of escape and rebellion against social norms. This essay compares the way the visual aesthetics, narrative, and music combine to depict youth subcultures in Control, Joe Strummer: The Future is...
ABSTRACT This review essay of a National Film Preservation Foundation archival DVD boxed set of fiction and non-fiction films from the Progressive era emphasizes the underlying optimism about the future that is discernible even in those films that treat harrowing subjects (such as social...
ABSTRACT Michael Moore's latest polemical documentary is, as this review of Sicko argues, characteristically obstreperous and heartfelt. Moore's indictment of U.S. healthcare is in its ambition comparable to the work of Frederick Wiseman, who also depicts the parlous state of failed institutions.
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