Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Fine. 2005. 1st Edition (softcover issue). Softcover. 0-521-53604-9 . [nice clean as-new copy, with no discernible wear]. (Cambridge Film Handbooks) Series Trade PB (B&W photographs) Production history and critical analysis of the great Martin Scorsese film. The editor's introduction "recounts how the story of Jake La Motta, the protagonist in RAGING BULL, came to be made into a film [and] examines the film within the oeuvre of Martin Scorsese, traces its sources, and positions in within the history of cinema. Subsequent chapters examine RAGING BULL from a variety of methodological and critical perspectives and lend new insights to the work." . (Inventory #: 24057)
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