The Celluloid Graveyard

The Celluloid Graveyard Meet Norma Hoover, A Woman Who D Like Nothing Than To Enjoy The World Around Her The Trouble Is, Her Husband Coop Hoover Is A Traditional Film Enthusiast Whose Entire World Is The Darkroom And Who D Rather Spend Time With His Collection Of Vintage Cameras Than With His Wife Capturing the sensory banality of a cooped up eccentric s obsession with nostalgia and film, Rebecca McNutt s Celluloid Graveyard sends a haunting message as eerily intriguing as its title, and seeks to exhort balance in the absence of polarities Obviously writing with the lense of photography and a keen eye for detail, Celluloid Graveyard is rife with the suburban visuals of fading film and an adherence to the past s constricting sense of poverty, set in a duel with the present s ambivalent creed of accepting the newest it thing like free candy, and sharply provides three distinct perspectives in character as if the story is a stage play, complete with a fourth wall break as a powerfully quasi act three twist. Very Tales from the Darkside esque, I loved it Poor Coop though, all he wanted was to be left alone with his memories but the world was taking it all away

There s not a lot to say about me, really Born in 1998, I m a student by day, fiction author on the side, certified as a library technician and studying to be a lawyer one day I m a graduate of the Nova Scotia Community College I attended from 2016 to 2018 , currently majoring in Law, Justice and Society BA and studying law and politics at Dalhousie University I ve published many books under

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  • Paperback
  • 27 pages
  • The Celluloid Graveyard
  • Rebecca McNutt
  • English
  • 11 August 2018
  • 9781511931885

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