عنوان مقاله [English]
Contrary to the French school of comparative literature, which according to it, only two written texts can be compared, in the American approach, it is possible to compare literary texts to various arts, including cinema. Through which we can get to a better understanding from the literature. Since novels and films have many similarities, they are similar in many respects, and they are two comparable genres. These commons provide a good field for discussing a film from the perspective of a new literary theory and criticism, and allow us to use the concepts and terminology that we normally know as a tool for discussing about the novel to critically explore the structure and devices and themes of the film. On the other hand, in recent years, the term "postmodernism" has become popular in critical discussions about the novel in our country, and many new fiction writers show much fascination in writing fiction with postmodern style. Therefore, in this research, firstly, by examining the views of some of the most important thinkers of postmodern literature, nineteen techniques used in postmodern novels were extracted and with qualitative analysis method, use of them in an Iranian movie (i.e. She’s Star) were examined. The results of the studies showed the close proximity of literature and cinema and the ability to compare these two written and visual texts. We realized that most of the techniques which are applied in writing postmodern novels were also used with high frequency in the reviewed Iranian film.