How are Film Endings shaped by their Socio-historical Context? Part 2

Catalin Brylla

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This article explores the aspect of filmic narratolgy that has been neglected for a long time in cinema and media studies: endings. Richard Neupert's The End - Narration and Closure in the Cinema (1995), a rare work on this topic, is examined, and its theory tested on Picnic at Hanging Rock (Peter Weir, 1975), a film that does not easily fit Neupert's framework. This film has raised controversial views about whether it has an open or a closed ending. Trying to shade light on this debate Picnic at Hanging Rock is examined a second time by proposing a new model that relates the ending to the context the film was made in.
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CyfnodolynImage and Narrative
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StatwsE-gyhoeddi cyn argraffu - 31 Hyd 2004

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