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Adolescence: rhetoric, representations, realities discussion (4)

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Pam will talk about the film ‘Fish Tank’ directed by Andrea Arnold in 2009. She will be assuming that you have seen the film (Education Faculty Library has a dvd, as does Homerton Library). She will be continuing one of the themes of the Adolescence seminars – that of ‘lost youth’. She will discuss the film in terms of naturalism (a term borrowed from Literary Theory), and in terms of film history, with some reference to Ken Loach’s naturalist films and also to British New Wave films. Pam teaches ‘Fish Tank’ on the Film, Culture and Identity course within the Faculty of Education, so will also indicate how this film figures on this particular course.

This talk is part of the Adolescence: rhetoric, representations, realities discussion group series.

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