Monday, 14 March 2011

Intertextuality In Film

Intertextuality means of the shaping of the meaning of a text by other texts or the relationship between different texts. Also, it includes the author burrowing and transforming a prior text.

Intertextuality now has many different meanings as it has been changed around a lot. What interests me about intertextuality in film is the contrast of parts or texts one took from another and changed it around to suit theirs.

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