European Cinema and Intertextuality offers an original and up-to-date approach to the representation of history through film. It provides an interpretation of a number of feature films representing crucial events and personalities from European history in the twentieth century. This includes the Second World War, Armenian Genocide, anti-Semitic attacks in Poland after the Second World War, European terrorism of the 1970s, and the end of communism. Films discussed include Aloge de l'amour and Passion by Jean-Luc Godard, Ararat by Atom Egoyan, The Baader Meinhof Complex by Uli Edel, Moonlighting by Jerzy Skolimowski, 12:08 East of Bucharest by Corneliu Porumboiu and Kawasaki Rose by Jan Hrebejk.European Cinema and Intertextuality offers an original and up-to-date approach to the representation of history through film.
|Title||:||European Cinema and Intertextuality|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2011-08-15|