The long love-hate relationship between the United States and France is a curious one that derives from misconceptions, dissimilar economic imperatives, and genuinely different cultural patterns. Didn’t You Used to Be Depardieu? identifies and analyzes these differences through the contrast of American film remakes and the French originals.
|Publisher:||Peter Lang Publishing Inc.|
|Series:||Framing Film Series: The History and Art of Cinema , #5|
|Product dimensions:||6.30(w) x 9.06(h) x (d)|
About the Author
The Author: David I. Grossvogel is the Goldwin Smith Professor of Comparative Literature and Romance Studies at Cornell University in New York, and the author of many works on modern literature. He has also been a frequent popular-culture commentator in articles and books on Ann Landers, TV Guide, mystery fiction, and film. His recently published Vishnu in Hollywood is a sociological study of the male projected by American movies.