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Jason Grant McKahan <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 29 Jul 2007 10:17:19 -0400
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Since the film is just three years old, there probably is not much written 
about it in the periodical literature, beyond reviews. Cineforum journal 
conducted an interview with Bellocchio about the film (vol. 43, no. 9 [NOV 
2003]: 2-13).

However, you might find something in recent books on Bellocchio (mostly in 
Italian and French):
Aprà, Adriano _Marco Bellocchio: il cinema e i film_ (2005)
Ceretto, Luisa. and Zappoli, Giancarlo.  Le forme della ribellione: il 
cinema di Marco Bellocchio  (2005)
Bandirali, Luca andD'Amadio, Stefano. Buongiorno, notte: le ragioni e le 
immagini (2004)
Bizern, Catherine.; Neyrat, Cyril. Marco Bellocchio: de l'utopie au présent 
(Bobigny [France] : Périphérie, 2004)

Jason McKahan
Shepherd University

At 07:32 PM 7/27/2007, you wrote:
>      I have been looking for scholarly work on Marco Bellocchio's *Buon
>Giorno Notte* (2003) and I could not find anything beyond reviews and a
>two-pager in *Sight & Sound.*  Any suggestions?
>      Thank you,
>      Gloria Monti
>gloria monti, ph.d.
>fullerton, CA
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Jason Grant McKahan
Doctoral Candidate and Adjunct Instructor
College of Communication
College of Motion Picture, Television and Recording Arts
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL  32306-2664
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