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"a stimulating companion to the genre which now rules the cinema." - Barry Forshaw, CrimeTime and DVD Choices websites, October 2015

About the Author

Richard J. Gray II is an assistant professor of French at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee. His fields of study include interdisciplinary approaches to French literary studies, language, cultural studies, and women’s studies. He is the author of numerous articles. Betty Kaklamanidou is a lecturer in film history and theory in the film studies department at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Her fields of study include film and politics, adaptation theory, genre and gender, and contemporary Greek cinema. She has also authored numerous articles.


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