Saturday, 22 January 2011


What is intertextuality?

First, it took me ages to pronounce the word. But when I finally did, I conducted a little research and finally came up with this:
Intertextuality is when a film borrows ideas, scenes and other things like that from another movie, often made many years ago so people don't really recognise the similarities unless they're a film boffin like...not me.
So it's a fancy word for copying. Not bad.

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