These are the sources and citations used to research How do untrustworthy narrators create an atmosphere of isolation in The Fall (2006)?. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Chung, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Chung, H., 2012. Media Heterotopia and Transnational Filmmaking: Mapping Real and Virtual Worlds. Cinema Journals, [online] 51(4), pp.87–109. Available at: <http://www.jstor.org/stable/23253578> [Accessed 14 December 2020].
In-text: (Dixon, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Dixon, I., 2013. The Actor's Nature in ‘Mise-En-Scène’: Chekhovian Kinesthesia and Cinematic Performance. CEA Critic, [online] 73(3), pp.201–211. Available at: <http://www.jstor.org/stable/44378511> [Accessed 14 December 2020].
In-text: (Gaudreault and Barnard, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Gaudreault, A. and Barnard, T., 2009. From Plato to Lumière: Narration and Monstration in Literature and Cinema. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp.135 - 146.
In-text: (Greenhill, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Greenhill, P., 2019. Camera Obscura and Zoetrope: Tarsem and Magic/Reality in Transcultural Fairy-Tale Film. Narrative Culture, 6(2).
In-text: (Stevens, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Stevens, C., 2010. Telling the (Wrong) Story: The Disintegration of Transcultural Communication and Narrative in "The Fall." Cineaction, pp.30 - 37.
In-text: (Tan, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Tan, E., 2013. Emotion and the structure of narrative film: film as an emotion machine. New York: Routledge, p.2.
A number of works investigate the fundamental concept that a character's perspective on their world is guided profoundly by the intersection of fantasy in any understanding of reality.
In-text: (Walters, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Walters, J., 2011. Fantasy FIlm: A Critical Introduction. Berg, pp.95-113.
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