Part 14: The First Days of Digital Reality Losing Its Realness (61 mins)
Flashy, playful movies set the screen alight as Tarantino’s dialogue and the Coen brothers' class evolved. The writers of Starship Troopers and Robocop analyse movie irony, and Baz Luhrmann discusses Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge. Finally, the release of Toy Story illuminates cinema's digital future. Penultimate episode, written and presented by Mark Cousins.
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