Existentialism and social engagement in the films of Michael Mann

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By Statement Vincent M. Gaine
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Notes Includes filmography. Includes bibliographical references (p. 236-241) and index.
Number Of Pages 251
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Pagination ix, 251 p. ;
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Publish Date 2011
Publish Places Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire
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Subject People Michael Mann
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Subjects Motion pictures
Existentialism in motion pictures
Criticism and interpretation
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Table Of Contents Introduction
Mann and movies. Michael Mann: Hollywood auteur?
Film and philosophy
Crime and solitude. Being the Thief (1981)
Psychological resolution in Manhunter (1986)
Isolation and desolation in Heat (1995)
Indifference and compassion in Collateral (2004)
Pretence and romance in Miami vice (2006)
History and social conscience. Origins of evil in The keep (1983)
Utopia lost in The last of the Mohicans (1992)
Hazardous authenticity in The insider (1999)
Being the people's champion in Ali (2001)
Conclusion: ethics, engagement and enemies.
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Existentialism and social engagement in the films of Michael Mann
Authors Vincent M. Gaine
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Categories Performing Arts
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Description Michael Mann's films receive a detailed analysis as existential dramas, includingHeat, Collateral, The Last of the Mohicans and Public Enemies. Thebook demonstrates that Mann's films perform critical engagement with existentialism, illustrating the problems and opportunities of living according to this philosophy.
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Page Count 264
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Published Date 2011-11-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Title Existentialism and Social Engagement in the Films of Michael Mann

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