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The  Australian TV teen series, Fresh FM, (about a teen muic radio station)
used the Rashomon structure last year to very good effect.
the series was largely a critical failure - but thought highly of by many
teens.
Jane Mills
head of screen studies,
AFTRS
>===== Original Message From Suzanne  =====
>At 01:29 PM 9/15/99 -0700, Jay Kent Lorenz wrote:
>>Many television series have appropriated the RASHOMON structure at some
>>point during their run.
>
>Quite recently the Canadian series Due South employed the Rashomon
>structure for the episode "Seeing is Believing."
>
>Suzanne
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Jane Mills
Head of Screen Studies
Australian Film Television & Radio School
Tel: (02) 9805 6567

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