Luck: a critical conversation (part two)

Jacobs, Jason and Peacock, Steven (2012) Luck: a critical conversation (part two). London, UK, Critical Studies in Television, University of Hertfordshire.

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Author Jacobs, Jason
Peacock, Steven
Title Luck: a critical conversation (part two)
Place of publication London, UK
Publisher Critical Studies in Television, University of Hertfordshire
Publication date 2012-03-30
Series CST Online
Total pages 1 Scholarly blog entry
Language eng
Subject Original Creative Work - Textual work
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The recent news of Luck’s cancellation, cited as due to the death of three horses on the show, leads us to the race sequences. The death of animals in unnatural circumstances, especially within the controlled arena of the film set is perplexing at best, reprehensible at worst. Milch and Mann have offered persuasive accounts of on-set safety measures for the animals. The case is made even more confusing as Luck’s race scenes present some of the most celebratory images of the animal on film. From Mann’s pilot episode onwards, the camera places us in the middle of the action, amidst thundering hooves...
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