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John Huston's Filmmaking : Cambridge Studies in Film - Lesley Brill

John Huston's Filmmaking

Cambridge Studies in Film

Paperback

Published: 9th February 1998
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John Huston's Filmmaking analyzes the career of one of cinema's most versatile artists. Lesley Brill argues that Huston created a body of work far richer than the formulaic stories of masculine failure with which he is often credited. Stylish, superbly scripted, and informed by a wry sense of humor, Huston's films portray characters who attempt to conceive their identities. His work consistently returns to questions of love and mortality; of happiness and home; of society and the individual; and of the connections among what one of his most famous characters called "the Lord or fate or nature."

'In this thoughtful study Brill accounts for Huston's critical neglect by pointing the finger squarely at 50s and 60s auteur critics ...'. Sight and Sound

Introduction
What We Are Alone is Not Enough
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
The Man Who Would Be King
The African Queen
Are They Ready To Go Home?
The Misfits
The Night of the Iguana
Let There Be Light
Trying to Account for Themselves
Heaven Knows
The Maltese Falcon
Reflections in a Golden Eye
The Heart of the Problem
Freud
Fat City
Huston's Adieux
The Dead
An Open Book
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ISBN: 9780521586702
ISBN-10: 0521586704
Series: Cambridge Studies in Film
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 9th February 1998
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.8 x 15.2  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.41