- When subdivided by the appropriate geographic, topical and/or form subdivisions, this heading is used for works about dystopian films.
- Dystopia films
- found: Work cat.: Clockwork orange (Motion picture). A clockwork orange [VR] c1999.
- found: Lopez, D. Films by genre, c1993: p. 269 (under Science fiction film: Dystopian films. Future perfect societies (utopias) are highly improbable, and there are only a few examples of filmed utopias. It is more common among writers and filmmakers to portray the reverse of a utopia, a future world gone wrong, that is, a dystopia. These future societies are nightmare worlds where the inhabitants have been deprived of their freedom, individuality and even their self-esteem.)
- found: Wikipedia, Apr. 16, 2007 (Dystopian films. A typical dystopian film is one which is set, usually in the future, in a society where the government is corrupt or ineffectual, but by no means all such films are dystopias. The world within the film often has nightmare-like qualities, though it also usually includes elements of contemporary society. Often, dystopian films function as a warning against some element of modern society.)
- found: Noblejas, J.J.G. Personal identity and dystopian film worlds, 2004, via WWW, Apr. 16, 2007 (dystopian films)
- found: Apocalypse how? Reel pop's guide to the top ten dystopia films, via WWW, Apr. 16, 2007 (dystopian films)
When subdivided by the appropriate geographic, topical and/or form subdivisions, this heading is used for works about dystopian films.
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