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Sleeping with half open eyes: dreams and realities in The Cry of the Owl

By John Gibbs

Abstract

This article is a close analysis of The Cry of the Owl (Thraves, 2009). It is also part of larger project to bring together traditions of detailed criticism with those of production history, which culminates in second article on the film due to be published in 2011. The detail of the argument concerns analysing a range of the film’s key signifying systems, with a particular interest in the way the film explores the gap between images / impressions and characters’ realities; engages in a complex way with generic traditions and modes of address; establishes complex patterns of connection and contrast through blocking, camera strategies and narrative structure

Publisher: Universities of Warwick, Reading, and Oxford
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:centaur.reading.ac.uk:18097
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