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2016 | 18 | 27 |
Article title

The Lambeth Walk, or the spectator liberated from the pressure of the picture

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PL
The Lambeth Walk, or the spectator liberated from the pressure of the pictureA quintessential work of British and European cinema of World War II “The Lambeth Walk” is the epitome of world-class art of moving picture editing. Marek Hendrykowskis close-reading analysis places this short movie in its aesthetic, cultural and generic contexts and in the international landscape of the anti-propaganda film.
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The Lambeth Walk, or the spectator liberated from the pressure of the pictureA quintessential work of British and European cinema of World War II “The Lambeth Walk” is the epitome of world-class art of moving picture editing. Marek Hendrykowskis close-reading analysis places this short movie in its aesthetic, cultural and generic contexts and in the international landscape of the anti-propaganda film.
Year
Volume
18
Issue
27
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published
2016
online
2016-10-09
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_i_2016_27_06_
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