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Unformatted text preview: commerce. Category collapse (high/low cult) Intermixing characters i.e. in pulp fiction gagsters have scholarly monologues. Loss of distinction iii. The Practice of Pastiche – imitation; the overall feeling this work is like an old work without parody. Not plagiarism, expressive design of new film. They acknowledge what they are doing. Mimics previous forms, without renewing them. Visual name dropping. Reference earlier works. iv. Nostalgia for the Past – home-sick. Back in conventional setting, character and style. Create the past from representation. ( in clothes, TV, cans, music etc) Images not itself. No invention of new. Preference for copy: lack of feeling, depthlessness. v. The Mode of Schizophrenic Experience – Self is not whole therefore work is not whole. The way you travel through film. Incoherent. 1 Week 13 – pg. vi. The Love of the Cult of Heterogeneity vii. The “Hip” Attitude 3. Implications of Postmodernism – . 2...
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2007 for the course CTCS 190 taught by Professor Casper during the Fall '07 term at USC.
- Fall '07