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‘A Story of the London Fog? Adulterated Modernisms in The Lodger’s Inter-titles’
That Ivor Montagu was invited by Michael Balcon to refine The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (Hitchcock, UK, 1926) is well known. The film’s avant-garde tendencies can, in part, be attributed to Montagu’s involvement. ...
‘Landscape and Dialectical Atavism in The Ruling Class’
English fiction films in the early 1970s developed new modes of deploying country house locations, whereby the architecture and history of an estate became intrinsic to narrative. At the same time, the new approaches to ...