The "York Film Notes" series offers an approach to the study of film. Each book discusses a key film from a broad academic and critical perspective, setting plot, themes and techniques in context and exploring the film's significance. This text covers Billy Wilder's 1959 classic "Some Like it Hot".
Discusses Some Like It Hot from a broad academic and critical perspective, setting plot, themes and techniques in context and exploring the film's significance. This York Film Note encourages students to appreciate differing interpretations of each film and to develop their own critical thinking.
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Lorraine Rolston is an expert in this particular field. The Series Editor is Peter Bunten, Head of English at Tupton Hall School, Chesterfield and an A-level English Examiner for NEAB. He will be supported by John Polley (York Notes Series Editor) as Consulting Editor.
Table of Contents
Background trailer reading some like it hot key players' biographies director as auteur Narrative & form narrative characters narrator/author themes - premarital sex - role-playing - forbidden pleasure parallelism opening/closure Style mise-en-scene set design & setting costume lighting dialogue & performance sound cinematography black & white editing Contexts ideological readings representations stereotypes & archetypes subversive meanings cultural contexts social context intertextuality genre production marketing stars reception Bibliography Cinematic terms Credits Mise-en-scene
Some Like It Hot by Lorraine Rolston
York Film Notes
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