American Film Satire in the 1990s: Hollywood Subversion by J. Nilsson

By J. Nilsson

This research examines how a selected collection of movies grew to become American cultural fabric of the Nineties into satirical reviews for audience and unearths that there are components of resistance to norms and conventions in politics, to mainstream information channels and Hollywood, and to legitimate American historical past already embedded within the culture.

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