Quadrophenia

Editora: Columbia University Press Data de lançamento: 2014-02-18

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1964: Mods clash with Rockers in Brighton, creating a moral panic. 1973: ex-Mod band The Who release Quadrophenia, a concept album following young Mod Jimmy Cooper to the Brighton riots and beyond. 1979: Franc Roddam directs Quadrophenia, a film based on Pete Townshend's album narrative; its cult status is immediate. 2013: almost fifty years on from Brighton, this first academic study explores the lasting appeal of 'England's Rebel Without a Cause'. Investigating academic, music, press, and fan-based responses, Glynn argues that the 'Modyssey' enacted in Quadrophenia intrigues because it opens a hermetic subculture to its social-realist context; it enriches because it is a cult film that dares to explore the dangers in being part of a cult; it endures because of its 'emotional honesty', showing Jimmy as failing, with family, job, girl, and group; it excites because we all know that, at some point in our lives, 'I was there!'

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Gênero: Film theory & criticism

Coleção: WallFlower Press

Typo: Adobe PDF

ISBN: 9780231850551

Informação Adicional

Gênero: Film theory & criticism

Coleção: WallFlower Press

Typo: Adobe PDF

ISBN: 9780231850551

Conteúdo alternativo sugerido: Stephen Glynn
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