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Hollywood’s Last Golden Age

Politics, Society, and the Seventies Film in America
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Jonathan Kirshner
Cornell University Press
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Between 1967 and 1976 a number of extraordinary factors converged to produce an uncommonly adventurous era in the history of American film. The end of censorship, the decline of the studio system, economic changes in the industry, and demographic shifts among audiences, filmmakers, and critics created an unprecedented opportunity for a new type of Hollywood movie, one that Jonathan Kirshner identifies as the "seventies film." In Hollywood's Last Golden Age, Kirshner shows the ways in which key films from this period-including Chinatown, Five Easy Pieces, The Graduate, and Nashville, as well as underappreciated films such as The Friends of Eddie Coyle, Klute, and Night Moves-were important works of art in continuous dialogue with the political, social, personal, and philosophical issues of their times.
Prologue1. Before the Flood2. Talkin' 'bout My Generation3. 1968, Nixon, and the Inward Turn4. The Personal Is Political5. Crumbling Cities and Revisionist History6. Privacy, Paranoia, Disillusion, and Betrayal7. White Knights in Existential Despair8. Businessmen Drink My WineAppendix: 100 Seventies Films of the Last Golden AgeNotesIndex

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