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100 1  Epps, Brad 
245 10 All about Almodóvar :|bA Passion for Cinema 
264  1 Minneapolis :|bUniversity of Minnesota Press,|c2009 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    1 online resource (505 pages) 
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505 0  CONTENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- Approaching Almodóvar: Thirty 
       Years of Reinvention -- I: FORMS AND FIGURES -- 1. 
       Almodóvar on Television: Industry and Thematics -- 2. 
       Queer Sound: Musical Otherness in Three Films by Pedro 
       Almodóvar -- 3. Performing Identities in the Cinema of 
       Pedro Almodóvar -- 4. Acts of Violence in Almodóvar -- 5. 
       Heart of Farce: Almodóvar's Comic Complexities -- II: 
       MELODRAMA AND ITS DISCONTENTS -- 6. Mimesis and Diegesis: 
       Almodóvar and the Limits of Melodrama -- 7. Melancholy 
       Melodrama: Almodovarian Grief and Lost Homosexual 
       Attachments -- 8. Intimate Strangers: Melodrama and 
       Coincidence in Talk to Her -- III: THE LIMITS OF 
       REPRESENTATION -- 9. Almodóvar's Girls -- 10. All about 
       the Brothers: Retroseriality in Almodóvar's Cinema -- 11. 
       Blind Shots and Backward Glances: Reviewing Matador and 
       Labyrinth of Passion -- 12. Missing a Beat: Syncopated 
       Rhythms and Subterranean Subjects in the Spectral Economy 
       of Volver -- 13. Postnostalgia in Bad Education: Written 
       on the Body of Sara Montiel -- IV: THE AUTEUR IN CONTEXT -
       - 14. Inside Almodóvar -- 15. Pepi, Patty, and Beyond: 
       Cinema and Literature in Almodóvar -- 16. Bad Education: 
       Fictional Autobiography and Meta-Film Noir -- CODA -- 
       Volver: A Filmmaker's Diary -- Filmography of Pedro 
       Almodóvar -- Contributors -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- 
       E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -
       - Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y -- Z 
520    One of world cinema's most exciting filmmakers, Pedro 
       Almodóvar has been delighting, provoking, arousing, 
       shocking, and-above all-entertaining audiences around the 
       globe since he first burst on the international film scene
       in the early 1980s. All about Almodóvar offers new 
       perspectives on the filmmaker's artistic vision and 
       cinematic preoccupations, influences, and techniques. 
       Through overviews of his oeuvre and in-depth analyses of 
       specific films, the essays here explore a diverse range of
       subjects: Almodóvar's nuanced use of television and music 
       in his films; his reworkings of traditional film genres 
       such as comedy, horror, and film noir; his penchant for 
       melodrama and its relationship to melancholy, violence, 
       and coincidence; his intricate questioning of sexual and 
       national identities; and his increasingly sophisticated 
       inquiries into visuality and its limits.  Closing with 
       Almodóvar's own diary account of the making of Volver and 
       featuring never-before-seen photographs from El Deseo 
       production studio, All about Almodóvar both reflects and 
       illuminates its subject's dazzling 
       eclecticism.Contributors: Mark Allinson, U of Leicester; 
       Pedro Almodóvar; Isolina Ballesteros, Baruch College; Leo 
       Bersani, UC Berkeley; Marvin D'Lugo, Clark U; Ulysse 
       Dutoit, UC Berkeley; Peter William Evans, Queen Mary U of 
       London; Víctor Fuentes, UC Santa Barbara; Marsha Kinder, 
       USC; Steven Marsh, U of Illinois, Chicago; Andy Medhurst, 
       U of Sussex; Ignacio Olivia, Universidad Castilla-La 
       Mancha, Cuenca; Paul Julian Smith, U of Cambridge; 
       Kathleen M. Vernon, SUNY Stony Brook; Linda Williams, UC 
       Berkeley; Francisco A. Zurián, U Carlos III, Madrid 
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650  0 Almodóvar, Pedro -- Criticism and interpretation.;Motion 
       pictures -- Spain 
655  4 Electronic books 
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