Hollywood in 1970
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The paper discusses how Hollywood renaissance film makers like Dennis Hopper, who came to prominence in the 1970s, were concerned with the tastes of the vast new audience of young people who had come of age during the turbulent 1960s. The paper explains that they wanted films to reflect real life and real issues and to be about real people and their real problems. Their style of film making was epitomized by Easy Rider, which realistically portrayed the sex, drugs and rock and roll rebellion, promiscuity, racism, corrupt politics and alienation that were all common elements in the lives of so many young Americans.
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