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  • The Internationalist: A Foreign Comedy

  • The Internationalist: A Foreign Comedy
    Lost-in-translation business trips and global travel are put under the microscope in "The Internationalist," a play of wit, romance, misunderstandings and the mysteries of communication. Lowell goes abroad on business. He thinks he's in one of those great American films where you go to a foreign land and there's romance and adventure. However Lowell soon discovers that he's not in one of those movies, he's in one of those foreign films where nothing is as it seems, where there is no clear hero, and most importantly: no subtitles.
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  • Shots in the Mirror: Crime Films And Society

  • Shots in the Mirror: Crime Films And Society
    Movies play a central role in shaping our understanding of crime and the world generally, helping us define what is good and bad, desirable and unworthy, lawful and illicit, strong and weak. Crime films raise controversial issues about the distribution of social power and the meanings of deviance, and they provide a safe space for fantasies of rebellion, punishment, and the restoration of order. In the first comprehensive study of its kind, well-known criminologist Nicole Rafter examines the relationship between society and crime films from the perspectives of criminal justice, film history and technique, and sociology. Shots in the Mirror begins with an overview of the history of crime films and the emergence of various genres, surveying important films from the silent era, the early gangster films of the '30s, classic film noir, the work of Hitchcock, and recent innovations by Scorsese, Tarrentino, and the Coen brothers. Keeping pace with the evolution of crime films, Shots in the Mirror has been updated to respond to recent developments, trends, and shifting circumstances in the genre. This new edition expands the scope and increases the depth and variety of the previous edition by including foreign films in addition to American movies. Rafter also integrates an entirely new body of literature into the study, reflecting the rapid expansion of scholarship on law-related films over the past three years. She has added a chapter on psycho movies, a previously unrecognized subc
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  • Foreign Correspondent (1940) (Blu-ray) (Full Frame)

  • Foreign Correspondent (1940) (Blu-ray) (Full Frame)
    In 1940, Alfred Hitchcock made his official transition from the British film industry to Hollywood. And it was quite a year: his first two American movies, "Rebecca" and "Foreign Correspondent", were both nominated for the best picture Oscar(R). Though "Rebecca" prevailed, "Foreign Correspondent" is the more quintessential Hitch film. A full-throttle espionage thriller, starring Joel McCrea ("Sullivan's Travels") as a green Yank reporter sent to Europe to get the scoop on the imminent war, it's wall-to-wall witty repartee, head-spinning plot twists, and brilliantly mounted suspense set pieces, including an ocean plane crash climax with astonishing special effects. "Foreign Correspondent" deserves to be mentioned alongside "The 39 Steps" and "North by Northwest" as one of the master's greatest adventures. Presented In Black And White; New 2K Digital Restoration; New Piece On The Visual Effects In The Film With Effects Expert Craig Barron; "Hollywood Propaganda And World War II" - New Interview With Writer Mark Harris; Interview With Director Alfred Hitchcock From A 1972 Episode Of "The Dick Cavett Show"; Radio Adaptation Of The Film From 1946 Starring Joseph Cotten; "Have You Heard? The Story Of Wartime Rumors" - 1942 Life Magazine "Photo-Drama" By Hitchcock; Trailer; An Essay By Film Scholar James Naremore.
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