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Timo Matoniemi <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 13 Dec 1996 12:40:55 +0200
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M. Dunne applies M. Bahtin's crtical theories to Lynch=B4s "Wild
at heart" and the novel by B. Gifford on which it is based. In Literature=
/
Film quarterly, Jan 1995 (XXIII/1)
 
 
On Wed, 11 Dec 1996, Eugene Walz wrote:
 
> >I'm writing an analysis of Wild at Heart by David Lynch.  I would
> >appreciate any information concerning this movie and David Lynch.
> >
>  "Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round" by Kathleen Murphy in _Film Comment_ (=
Nov/
> Dec, 1990) is a good place to start. Norman K Denzin in his book _Image=
s of
> Postmodern Society: Social Theory and Contemporary Cinema" has a chapte=
r on
> Lynch, but only a paragraph or two on Wild at Heart. But he captures it
> nicely with the phrase "part _Wizard of Oz_, film noir, kinky fairy-tal=
e,
> self-satire, soap opera and sexual exploitation...."
>=20
> Gene Walz
> University of Manitoba
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