The study considers Ken Russell's film adaptation of D.H. Lawrence's "The Rainbow" (1989) both as a later (mis-)interpretation of the Lawrentian text and on its own, that is in the context of British cinema of the late Eighties. In particular, it investigates whether and to what extent Russell's transposition can be termed as a “heritage film”.

Going “beyond”: Ken Russell’s "The Rainbow" (1989)

ANTINUCCI, Raffaella
2010

Abstract

The study considers Ken Russell's film adaptation of D.H. Lawrence's "The Rainbow" (1989) both as a later (mis-)interpretation of the Lawrentian text and on its own, that is in the context of British cinema of the late Eighties. In particular, it investigates whether and to what extent Russell's transposition can be termed as a “heritage film”.
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