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  1. Paris, Borders and the Concept of Europe in Paris, je t’aime and Code Unknown


    URL/Identifizierer http://www.alphavillejournal.com/Issue%201/ArticlesPDF/ArticleSilvey.pdf
    QuellenartElektronische Volltexte & Multimedia>>Aufsätze aus Zeitschriften / Sammelbänden>>
    UrheberSilvey, Vivien
    Veröffentlichungsdatum2011
    Umfang 14 S.
    Schlagworte FWEuropa; Motiv; Filminterpretation -> Interpretation Film; Filmanalyse
    Beschreibung "Michael Haneke’s Code Unknown and the multi-director Paris, je t’aime belong (the latter at least in part) to a recently emerged cinematic form described as the network form, which represents changing spaces and plural perspectives in multicultural societies. Reflecting Rosalind Galt’s concept of “anti-anti-Eurocentrism”, they represent discursive and referential spaces of Parisian society. Through a comparative analysis of how they frame space with regard to borders and transnational relationships, it becomes apparent that some of the approaches these films take to representing Europe are problematic. In contrast, others encapsulate key concerns surrounding the constantly changing relationships between Europe and its others. While Code Unknown challenges discourses of identity, home and belonging, Paris, je t'aime tends to reinstate and validate divisive social hierarchies despite its appearances of pluralism." (Information des Anbieters)
    Inhaltsverzeichnis/Struktur“Anti-anti-Eurocentrism” and Paris in Cinema; Cartographies of Production and the Question of a “Transnational Aesthetic”; Representing Plurality in Europe; Spaces of Inhabitation, Visitation and Interaction; Tourist Sites; Local Sites; Conclusion; Works Cited
    Themen FWFilm>>Filmthemen und Drehbuch
    RVK FWAP 50300
    DDC FWHistorische, geografische, personenbezogene Behandlung
    geographischer BezugEuropa, Westeuropa>>
    zeitlicher Bezug21. Jahrhundert, 2000 – 2099>>
    SpracheEnglisch
    Anmerkungen zur RessourceAlphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media Issue 1, Summer 2011