British Cinema and Thatcherism: Fires Were Started
The research, analysis and arguments in this book deliver a collection of essays by some of the most important writers in the field of film studies. British Cinema and Thatcherism is an informed and provocative analysis of the connections between British film in the 1980s and the policies and political ideology of the Conservative government of Margaret Thatcher. It offers a detailed book on the British cinema during the last decade. Films during the Thatcher era bear little resemblance to the adaptations so often associated with British film-making, and show a varying degree of reaction to the dominant Thatcherite political and economic ideology.
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Fires Were Started: British Cinema and Thatcherism
Lester D. Friedman
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