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turn the genre on its head
As a matter of fact, I've found the expression like that: "we decided it would be fresh, interesting and funny to try and turn this genre on it's head." But I suppose it's a mistake because it seems it makes much more sense its; doesn't it?
Anyway, what I want to ask is for the meaning of "turn this genre on its head"
I think it means "to put upside down the mechanics of a genre (movie genre by the way)"
Am i right?
Thanks a lot?
Re: turn the genre on its head
You're right. And it would be its by the way. But out of interest I'd like to know how you would turn a genre on its head. What aspects of a genre would be turned? And would the emerging genre then have label???
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