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But, in any one instance, there is an implicit hierarchy of auteurs and, in the end, a threshold below which individual input becomes increasingly difficult to single out” (1992: 29). Whatever limitations such an approach might have, in Wollen’s hands it gives the film a dense historical specificity, and it greatly enhances our understanding of popular art. In many cases the study of authors is an exclusionary, conservative activity, bound up with the perpetuation of traditions and the manufacture of commodities.
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