Generation Multiplex: The Image of Youth in American Cinema since 1980 Paperback – 1 Apr 2014
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About the Author
Timothy Shary is the author or editor of several books on the representational politics of age and gender, including Generation Multiplex: The Image of Youth in American Cinema Since 1980 and Youth Culture in Global Cinema.
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Timothy M. Horn
I have always enjoyed films, but sometimes the nuances do not occur ...
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I have always enjoyed films, but sometimes the nuances do not occur to me. I decided to purchase this book to get a greater understanding of the shifting use of teens in movies. I was pleasantly surprised to read a text that was anything but dry and academic, but something interesting and accessible. I enjoyed it so much I am recommended it to my teenage nephew who also thoroughly enjoyed it. I sound this book to be a thoughtful interesting read showing the affect of an ever changing society on the creation of cinema.