Joined: 01 Jan 1970
Location: Sunderland, England
A way for old directors too revive their dead career, by trying to reinvent a genre of film using black culture sold to a white audience.
Test subject: Wes Craven's Scream (1996)
Started the whole revival of the horror genre and re-invented the teen horror.
Everyone in the whole movie talks like there are a cheap Chris Rock rip.
Postmodernist film describes the articulation of ideas of postmodernism through the cinematic medium. Postmodernist film upsets the mainstream conventions of narrative structure and characterization and destroys (or, at least, toys with) the audience's suspension of disbelief to create a work in which a less-recognizable internal logic forms the film's means of expression.
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