We use cookies to provide essential features and services. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies .

×

Warehouse Stock Clearance Sale

Grab a bargain today!

The Second View: Hitchcock: The Birds, Edwards: The Party, Scott
By

Rating

Product Description
Product Details

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Neighbor Nation a historical and geography overview of the countryChapter 2 A Walk in Time Ethan and his young friend take a walking tour of Mexico CityChapter 3 Magic in Mexico Visits to national wonders the butterfly forest of Rosario and the floating gardens of Xochimilco, which lead to ecological and environmental discussions and activitiesChapter 4 The Past is the Present A trip to two ancient civilization sites of Teotihaucan and the Mayan Chichen Itza ruinsChapter 5 Coast to Coast A fun overview of the different coastal cultures in Mexico as our soccer players continue on a trip to the Maya Riviera and CozumelChapter 6 Sport Si! Back to Mexico City to talk sports specifically soccer and the traditional and fun sport of Lucha Libre wrestlingChapter 7 Adios Ethan and his friend say goodbye, exchange gifts, generate a give back charity project and talk about the next Soccer World Adventure! Glossary

Reviews

In this enterprising move, long-term architectural publisher Axel Menges (whose list running from the 1970s, currently extends to more than 240 titles, many now of historic value) has expanded his new film list with this volume of theory and critique, based on five fully worked case studies. In all, Kirsch has provided a superlative model for assessing the divisions of contemporary film thematics. First, the suspense drama: second, the comedy or satire; third, new science fiction; fourth, the slasher-horror typology; and finally Kirsch returns to a kind of revisionist realism, essentially an historical and rigorous corrective. In postmodern culture, the current parameters are open, the connections random and the galaxy infinite. What is interesting in comparing film critique today with actual contemporary architectural comment and analysis is the extent to which each can benefit from an informed comparability between both fields and it is to be hoped that the overlap can be more openly fostered in future. This volume is a useful, perhaps indispensable, contribution to the wider postmodernist debate pursued in film, a field still barely represented in recent museum and gallery exhibitions: but it is now humming for sure with both students and schools, in this world of instant electronic referencing and accessibility to other precedent and text. Michael Spens, in Studio International, March 2014

Ask a Question About this Product More...
Write your question below:
Look for similar items by category
Item ships from and is sold by Fishpond.com, Inc.
Back to top