Sad screens and videots

Jacobs, Jason (2012) Sad screens and videots. London, UK, Critical Studies in Television, University of Hertfordshire.

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Author Jacobs, Jason
Title Sad screens and videots
Place of publication London, UK
Publisher Critical Studies in Television, University of Hertfordshire
Publication date 2012-02-17
Series CST Online
Total pages 1 Scholarly blog entry
Language eng
Subject Original Creative Work - Textual work
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I first saw Melancholia (von Trier, 2011) on my TV during the day while home alone. A few weeks later I saw it again at the cinema with friends. It’s a film about two sisters Justine (Kirsten Dunst) a chronic depressive, and Claire (Charlotte Gainsbourg) a rich bourgeois housewife, and their experience of the end of the world. The telly is a conventional widescreen and after watching the film on it I wondered if it might be better to see the movie again on the big screen with ‘big’ sound...
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