Coen Film Noir—Dark Passages

@article{Naifeh2013CoenFN,
  title={Coen Film Noir—Dark Passages},
  author={Sam Naifeh},
  journal={Jung Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={7},
  pages={25 - 35}
}
The Coen brothers' filmmaking draws primarily on the tradition of film noir, originally identified as a psychological storytelling method. Unlike the usual genres, film noir's psychological narratives work through the mood, style, point-of-view, or feeling tone of the cinematic story. This emotional focus evokes symbolic meaning, which emerges through the psychology of the characters as they are defined within the story. A Serious Man provides the viewer with a mature Coen brothers' motion… Expand

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