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Book details
  • Genre:PERFORMING ARTS
  • SubGenre:Film & Video / History & Criticism
  • Language:English
  • Pages:330
  • Format:Hardcover
  • Hardcover ISBN:9781732639188

Ey Up!

An American Engages With This Is England

by JB MInton View author's profile page

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Overview
In 2006, Shane Meadows created a film that started a ten-year journey to tell a seven-year story that captures the desperate attempt of a community of poor English skinheads to maintain their humanity in the merciless poverty and trauma of Margaret Thatcher's England from 1983 - 1990. Through this journey, Meadows, his creative team, and his actors create an epic drama that explores the nature of redemption, sacrifice, justice, and mercy. JB Minton takes you scene by the show, part by part, through this sublime narrative. When you finish, you will understand what England means, no matter what country you're from. Refining the analytical and moral techniques he pioneered in his first book "A Skeleton Key To Twin Peaks," Minton shines a spotlight on a true work of modern art and the common human themes that will add depth to your ability to think about and interpret all great art on screen.
Description
In 2006, Shane Meadows created a film that started a ten-year journey to tell a seven-year story that captures the desperate attempt of a community of poor English skinheads to maintain their humanity in the merciless poverty and trauma of Margaret Thatcher's England from 1983 - 1990. Through this journey, Meadows, his creative team, and his actors create an epic drama that explores the nature of redemption, sacrifice, justice, and mercy. JB Minton takes you scene by the show, part by part, through this sublime narrative. When you finish, you will understand what England means, no matter what country you're from. Refining the analytical and moral techniques he pioneered in his first book "A Skeleton Key To Twin Peaks," Minton shines a spotlight on a true work of modern art and the common human themes that will add depth to your ability to think about and interpret all great art on screen.
About the author
Author of "A Skeleton Key To Twin Peaks" and Creator of the Red Room Podcast and In Our House Podcast: An Inquiry Into Twin Peaks The Return.

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