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100 Movies of the 1990s

Hardcover, 7.7 x 10 in., 5.39 lb, 768 pages
US$ 50
Edition: English
Edition: English
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Mission accomplished: this collection presents the 100 most loved and successful films of the 1990s, complete with stills, synopses, analysis, and trivia. In the 90s, rising directors Steven Soderbergh and Quentin Tarantino introduced non-linear storytelling, CGI took shape, and James Cameron spent US$ 200 million on a shipwreck.

As the 20th Century Came to a Close...

The ultimate 1990s movie compendium
The last decade of the 20th century consolidated once again the fascinating power of the silver screen, both by looking to the future and drawing on the past. It's no exaggeration to say that never before had there been a time when the cinema focused so ironically on its own vanity, and never had it been so intensely preoccupied with itself as a medium. Filmmakers like Steven Soderbergh, David Lynch, Quentin Tarantino, and Ang Lee created worlds that were as cryptic as they were disorientating, while James Cameron and Steven Spielberg conjured up ever more spectacular special effects.

Do you dream of wandering the desert with The English Patient? Could you save yourself from the doomed Titanic? Are you still convinced that There's Something About Mary? 100 Movies of the 1990s reviews cinema's most important events from 1991 to 2000 and brings to life a rich variety of movie highlights. The storyline and aesthetic characteristics of each film are presented in an incisive and informative way. Commentaries on actors, directors, and historical or technical aspects of cinema introduce additional features of interest. 100 Movies of the 1990s is specialized yet entertaining, clear yet challenging. A work resembling a great moment of cinema, unforgettable and utterly gripping.
The editor

Jürgen Müller holds the chair of Early Modern and Modern Art History at the Technical University of Dresden. He studied Art History at the universities of Bochum, Münster, Pisa, Paris, and Amsterdam, and has worked as an art critic and curator of numerous exhibitions. He is also the editor of TASCHEN’s movies by decade series.

100 Movies of the 1990s
Hardcover, 7.7 x 10 in., 5.39 lb, 768 pages
ISBN 978-3-8365-6124-2
Edition: English
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