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Humour and Irony in Dutch Post-War Fiction Film

(Framing Film)

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Dutch cinema, when discussed, is typically treated only in terms of pre-war films or documentaries, leaving post-war fictional film largely understudied. At the same time, a "Hollandse school," a term first coined in the 1980s, has developed through deadpan, ironic films like those of director and actor Alex van Warmerdam. Using seminal theories on humour and comedy, this ...more
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Published April 15th 2016 by Amsterdam University Press
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