Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger collaborated in the creation of many remarkable British films including "The Red Shoes," "The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp," and "A Canterbury Tale." While film scholars have known that Powell and Pressburger valued accuracy to enhance the power of their stories, a complete analysis of the neurological basis of one of their most memorable films, "A Matter of Life and Death- American title-Stairway to Heaven" (1946), has not been fully explored. This book will bring to light that scholarship interwoven into this powerful film.
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