Sidney Lumet: Film and Literary Vision

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Makes a strong case for a filmmaker whose considerable talents have too often been taken for granted. Lumet could not have asked for a more perceptive advocate.”—Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television

“A competent and richly observed . . . pioneering full-length study. There is something pleasantly old-fashioned in Cunningham’s auteurist approach.”—Film Quarterly

Since 1957 Sidney Lumet has deepened audiences’ awareness of social, ethical, and feminist issues through such distinguished films as 12 Angry Men, The Verdict, Running on Empty, and Critical Care. Especially praised for his literary adaptations—including Long Day’s Journey into Night and Murder on the Orient Express—Lumet has also directed such trenchant urban films as Dog Day Afternoon, Serpico, and Network. In this new edition Frank Cunningham expands his analysis of Lumet’s earlier films and examines his most recent work, from A Stranger Among Us (1992) to Gloria (1999).

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title Sidney Lumet
subtitle Film and Literary Vision
authors Frank R. Cunningham
publisher University Press of Kentucky
publishedDate 2001-08-24
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pageCount 316
printType BOOK
categories Biography & Autobiography
maturityRating NOT_MATURE
language en

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