Genre, Modus, Modalität. Petzolds WÖLFE und die Pluralität der Perspektiven
A genre never comes alone. The article analyzes the tv-crime film WÖLFE by Christian Petzold in order to show how genres and genre films are not solid blocks of stereotypes and narrative conventions but ramifications and crossings of different generic pattern. Such a perspective makes it necessary to conceive of genres as a plurality of expressive modalities, whose point of permanent transformation is their logics of affect.
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