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The Company of Wolves

Author: James Gracey
Publisher: 4 Cambridge Street, Liverpool L69 7ZU Liverpool University Press 2017
Series: Devil's Advocates.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
James Gracey is the author of Dario Argento (Kamera Books) and a contributor to Diabolique, Exquisite Terror, and Paracinema. He has also written for Film Ireland, Fangoria, Eye for Film, Little White Lies, and The Quietus. Co-written by Irish filmmaker Neil Jordan and British novelist Angela Carter, and based on several short stories from Carter's collection The Bloody Chamber, The Company of Wolves (1984) is a  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Print version
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Gracey
ISBN: 9781800347076 1800347073
OCLC Number: 1322068578
Description: Online resource (129 pages).
Series Title: Devil's Advocates.
Responsibility: Gracey, James.

Abstract:

James Gracey is the author of Dario Argento (Kamera Books) and a contributor to Diabolique, Exquisite Terror, and Paracinema. He has also written for Film Ireland, Fangoria, Eye for Film, Little White Lies, and The Quietus. Co-written by Irish filmmaker Neil Jordan and British novelist Angela Carter, and based on several short stories from Carter's collection The Bloody Chamber, The Company of Wolves (1984) is a provocative reinvention of the fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood. Unraveling a feverish metaphor for the blossoming of a young girl's sexuality and her subsequent loss of innocence, the film entwines symbolism and metaphor with striking visuals and grisly effects. Released in the early 1980s, a time which produced several classic werewolf films (including An American Werewolf in London and The Howling), The Company of Wolves sets itself apart from the pack with its overtly literary roots, feminist stance, and art-house leanings. The film's narrative takes the form of a pu...

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