Most of the time, I am extremely glad to have completed postgraduate degrees in the 1990s. It was certainly a strange time. Jane Fonda's leotards were replaced by postmodern Lyotards. Derrideans dueled with DaG...
Like other recent British TV programs and films, Live Forever performs an ironic semiotic critique of popular culture, in particular revealing, in nostalgic fashion, a moment in contemporary British cultural history when local music and politics stood for something.
Combining the personal, the political, the intellectual and a passion for Bette Davis in a spectacular, riveting way.
An analysis of Casablanca, with reference to the complex interrelations between film, popular memory and the representation of history.