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Mark Bould

(Loach 2016), as well as the horror movies – Drag Me to Hell (Raimi 2009), Dream Home (Pang 2010), Mother's Day (Bousman 2010) and Crawlspace (Stolberg 2013) – discussed in Dead Pledges , Annie McClanahan's incisive account of representations and mediations of the collapse of subprime mortgages, a symptom and trigger, often mistaken for the cause, of the systemic crisis [ Dead Pledges: Debt, Crisis, and Twenty-First Century Culture (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2017]. For journalistic accounts of the financial collapse, see Michael Lewis, The

in The films of Costa-Gavras
Barry Jordan

de Aranoa, Álex de la Iglesia, Icíar Bollaín, Gracia Querejeta etc. in order to promote a new, young, more commercially oriented, popular auteur cinema (Stone 2007 : 36–7). On the strength of Tesis Amenábar quickly became a new ‘fichaje’ (signing) to the Sogecine stable of young auteurs. Unfortunately, in September 2007, owing to a debt crisis arising from complex legal

in Alejandro Amenábar