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Omnibus Don DeLillo: the Word, the Image and the Gun


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Revolutions, natural disasters, toxic fall-out, plane crashes - these are all part of the running picture of news against which America's leading novelist, Don DeLillo , sets his fiction. In this film, as in his novels, DeLillo pinpoints the deep unease beneath the surface of our lives. The film begins with the assassination of President Kennedy and the politics of violence it brought to television screens for the first time. It goes on to look at the way the media has continued to feed its audience images of disaster and terror: massacres in great public squares, disasters in football stadiums, and dramatic acts of terrorism. DeLillo explores the relationship between words and images, and between gunmen and the novelist. Producer Kim Evans
Editor Andrew Snell


Unknown: Don Delillo
Producer: Kim Evans
Editor: Andrew Snell

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Omnibus Don DeLillo: the Word, the Image and the Gun

BBC One London, 27 September 1991 22.20

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