Forget the Alamo: history, legend and memory in John Sayles' Lone Star

An exploration of John Sayle's contemporary western Lone Star, as a film demonstrating a layered image of the past typical of the time-image. Campbell's analysis of the panning shot in this respect opened up new ways of considering popular films using Deleuze - it was influential in the thinking of David Martin-Jones, for example, and is mentioned in both Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity (2006) and Deleuze and World Cinemas (2011).

Citation: 
Campbell, Neil. "'Forget the Alamo': History, Legend and Memory in John Sayles' Lone Star" Ed. Paul Grainge. Memory and Popular Film. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2003. Print.
Title of Book: 
Memory and Popular Film
Author: 
Campbell, Neil