A Panorama of American Film Noir (1941-1953)
 
 


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A Panorama of American Film Noir (1941-1953) [Paperback]

Raymond Borde , Etienne Chaumeton , Paul Hammond
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Editorial Reviews

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". . . a seminal work of cinema description and analysis and therefore an essential purchase..." -- Library Journal, February 1, 2003 **Starred Review

"...the book notes the influence of criminal psychology on film noir and how German Expressionism inspired directors..." -- Sunday, March 16, 2003: San Francisco Chronicle Book Review

Language Notes

Text: English (translation)
Original Language: French

About the Author

Raymond Borde (b. 1920), founder of the Cinematheque de Toulouse, has written extensively on film history.

Etienne Chaumeton was the film critic of the Toulouse newspaper La Depeche until his recent death.

Paul Hammond is a writer, editor, and translator living in Barcelona. He edited and translated The Shadow and Its Shadow: Surrealist Writings on the Cinema, and he is the author of Constellations of Miro Breton.

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