Bad Boy Bubby focuses on a 35 year-old man-child whose 'mother/keeper' keeps him imprisoned in a windowless hovel. From the moment it entered the festival cycle in 1993, the film has polarized audiences. This volume examines how and why the film produced such conflicting responses, as well as reviewing its current relevance.
Gabrielle Murray is Senior Lecturer at La Trobe University in Bundoora, Victoria, Australia. Her publications include This Wounded Cinema, This Wounded Life: Violence and Utopia in the Films of Sam Peckinpah (2004) and various articles in academic journals such as Jumpcut: A Review of Media, Screening the Past and Metro Magazine.
1. Key Themes and Ideas 2. Key Scene Analysis 3. Production History 4. Marketing and Reception 5. Legacy
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