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ERIC Number: ED058714
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 366
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Renaissance of the Film.
Bellone, Julius, Ed.
The post-World War II period was one of the liveliest in the history of the cinema. This is a collection of 33 critical articles on some of the best films of the perd. Most of the essays explicate the themes and symbols of the films. The essays deal with these films: "The Apu Trilogy,""L'Avventura,""Balthazar,""Blow-Up,""Bonnie and Clyde," Citizen Kane,""Dr. Strangelove,""La Dolce Vita,""Farrebique,""Gertrud,""Hiroshima, Mon Amour,""Last Year at Mariendbad,""Lola,""Marnie,""Masculine Feminine,""Miss Julie,""Ordet,""Rashomon,""Red Desert,""The Servant,""The Seventh Seal,""Shoot the Piano Player,""The Silence,""La Strada,""This Sporting Life,""Throne of Blood,""Ugetsu Monogatari,""Umberto D,""The Virgin Spring,""Viridiana," and "Woman in the Dunes." Among the critics represented are Andrew Sarris, Roger Greenspun, Stanley Kauffman, Parker Tyler, Jonas Mekas, James Agee, Pauline Kael, and Robert Brustein. (JK)
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