Oliver Stone: Revered, Reviled and Out of Control
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This paper explores the validity of genre theory in cinema by comparing and contrasting the works of renowned director, Oliver Stone. The author looks in particular at two of his films, "JFK" and "Natural Born Killers". It attempts to prove the significance of genre theory in cinema as a basis for the study and indexation of film.
From the Paper:"The genre theory is both constraining to film producers and beneficial to audiences. Audiences will go into films advertised as being of a certain genre with a pre-concluded set of expectations from the film. The director focused on in this essay works predominantly in one Genre. 7 of his 10 films published before 1994 were Historical Dramas, with the remaining 3 being horror and Fictional Drama. The two films to be analyzed will be JFK, 1991, a Docudrama Based on the 1963 assassination of U.S. president John F. Kennedy, and Natural Born Killers, 1994, a controversial look at two white trash serial killers/mass murderers who become Tabloid-TV darlings thanks to a sensational press."
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