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Is Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight’ an Aristotlean tragedy?

(an assignment for the Storytelling for the Screen module) British-American director Christopher Nolan’s second Batman-movie, The Dark Knight (2008) brought an interesting new turn to the decade’s trending movie genre, the superhero genre. It presented the fall and almost complete … Continue reading

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Written assignments 1.: The one with the serpent

As I was reading through my posts, I realized that it doesn’t really seem like I’m doing anything on this course other than watching movies and… that’s it. So I thought I would show you what other things I’m doing … Continue reading

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Movies I’ve seen thanks to my course 2.: The French again, the Badass and the TV shows

Last time I wrote a quite lengthy post about films we’ve watched on certain modules, and some people pointed out that I should divide these long posts into smaller ones, so I’ll try to be more „readable” this time. So, … Continue reading

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Movies I’ve seen thanks to my course 1.: Hitchcock, The French and the Missed One

Since I’m studying Film at the Middlesex University, it’s not really surprising that – be it in classes or at the BFI Southbank – we watch a lot of movies. I’m really happy that the school has connections with the … Continue reading

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Mandatory Readings 2.: A Doll’s House

Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House was also given to us as a book we have to read for the module Storytelling for the Screen. And before I say anything about that topic, I have to make a statement: I’m not … Continue reading

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