Breaking Bad: Critical Essays on the Contexts, Politics, Style, and Reception of the Television Series, edited by David P. Pierson, examines the social contexts, cultural politics, and visual, aural, and narrative style of AMC's original series Breaking Bad. This collection of critical essays explores such topics as neo-liberalism, spatiality and temporality, modern science and its principles, the representation of masculinity, Latinos, and disabilities, the function of narrative teasers and songs, and the role of emotions as dramatic action in the series.AMCa#39;s transformation from a classic to a general movie format meant facing increased cable competition from other general ... discuss an industry topic and the other where they interview a Hollywood actor, director, or producer (aShootout - AMCa). ... The mission is to make sure we build a breadth of originals that really complement what we do bestapresent a diverse array of the best movies of all time.
|Author||:||David P. Pierson|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2013-11-21|