Film Noir: Hard-boiled Modernity and the Cultures of Globalization - Routledge Film Guidebooks by Jennifer Fay
The term "Nawar" still refers to images of a unique American headache: hardened interrogators, women murderers, and the murky urban life. But from its beginnings, Nawar's film was an international…
Film Noir Hard synopsis
The term "Nawar" still refers to images of a unique American headache: hardened interrogators, women murderers, and the murky urban life. But from its beginnings, Nawar's film was an international phenomenon, and its stylistic characters migrated across the complex geopolitical terrain of international cinema.
This book follows the clear relationship between Noar's film of European cinema, its movement within a global culture of literary and film translation, and its post-war integration into the United States, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America. The authors examine how Nawar's film borders national boundaries, speaks to a diverse international audience and neglects local and local crises in the face of global phenomena such as the global recession, war, political occupation, economic and cultural modernization, decolonization and immigration.
This recent study of film and world culture also discusses the heterogeneous film style and revises important scientific debates on this genre.
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