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photogénie #4 — From Behind the Wall 4 Articles in issue
An exploration of the relationship between national identity and cinema as a manifold thing, born out of a complex web of factors.
4 Articles in issue
Floating and Scattered: Displacement in the Postwar Films of Naruse Mikio
Patrick Preziosi on the air of rootlessness that pervaded Japan’s post-occupation years, as exhibited in the films of Naruse Mikio.
Shared Diaspora: The Faces of Identity in Central American Cinema
Alonso Aguilar on the use of the seventh art in Central America to analyse a past and present that are inconvertible.
Motherhood/Motherland: The Case of Bulgarian National Cinema
Savina Petkova on a contemporary Bulgarian cinema with a critical, corporeal and feminist perspective on the country's communist legacy.
Scott Adkins, English Folk Hero Extraordinaire
David G. Hughes draws from a wide range of sources to posit action star Scott Adkins as the epitome of the English working-class spirit.
Pushing Low-Key Limits: A Cinematographic History of Noir and Neo-Noir
David Vanden Bossche charts the evolution of film noir's visual style from the 1940s to the 1980s.
The Man with the Golden Arm (1955)
David Vanden Bossche over Otto Premingers 'The Man with the Golden Arm' (1955).
Les Quatre Cents Coups (1959)
Wouter Hessels over François Truffauts 'Les Quatre Cents Coups'.
The Naked Kiss (1964)
David Vanden Bossche over 'The Naked Kiss' (1964).
De Apu-trilogie (1955-1959)
Anke Brouwers over de Satyajit Ray's Apu-trilogie.