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  1. Wikimedia : Sin City Outstanding. Chase all links, making detailed notes on filming techniques, CGI and character, directors, actors.

  2. Graphic Novels Plot Details  NB These are the graphic novel plots which do not match the film's exactly, though they are great for basics.  The DVD special edition will contain each of the three Frank Miller stories in full.

  3. Frank Miller/Sin City Graphic Novel Some decent background info and some negative criticism.

  4. The Man Who Shot Sin City How Robert Rodriguez, the one-man digital army behind El Mariachi and Spy Kids, brought an "unfilmable" cult comic to the big screen.

  5. Who's Who and QUOTES Sin City

  6. Sin City Trivia

  7. Film Genres

  8. Film Noir Class Notes

  9. Robert Rodriguez Talks About Sin City and Working with Frank Miller

  10. Sin City DVD Stills Double-click on images.

  11. Rodriguez Interview about green screen and more

  12. Compehension Comment Activity Sin City

  13. Lines for QUOTES

  14. MORE QUOTES from http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0401792/quotes

  15. Values and Attitudes - a review about some values and attitudes in the fim

 

Readings of Sin City

The following links are readings and opinions about Sin City.

A reading is more than an opinion. A reading is a consistent interpretation viewing the text from a single perspective. Opinions may be consistently positive, negative or mixed - "loved this, hated that; liked him, hated her" etc. A feminist reading would examine the consistency of how males/females are represented; Sin City can be read as a legitimisation of violence; it can be read as depraved, barbaric, soul-less and anarchic; it can be seen as purgative, allowing people to harmlessly release pent-up aggressions etc. There are many more examples. You will be required to construct a resistant, unified reading.

Consider some of the following. You will be required to provide a RESISTANT READING of Sin City.

  1. Readings of Sin City 1

  2. Readings of Sin City 2



 

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