‘Play it Again, Sam’ – intertextuality, authorship and expectations in The Bloody Olive
Whether early literary adaptations or postmodern, pop culture stuffed millennium movies, cinema has continually showcased its penchant for intertextuality. Simultaneously, genre films have constructed a network of paradigms allowing discerning audiences to expect the previously unexpected. These interconnecting elements are prevalent, and toyed with, throughout short film noir pastiche The Bloody Olive.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Swansea University
Publication date: April 1, 2014
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