Open Roads, Closed Borders

Open Roads, Closed Borders

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This is the first collection of essays about French-language road movies, a particularly rich yet critically neglected cinematic category. These films, the contributors argue, offer important perspectives on contemporary French ideas about national identity, France's former colonies, Europe, and the rest of the world. Taken together, the essays illustrate how travel and road motifs have enabled directors of various national origins and backgrounds to reimagine space and move beyond simple oppositions such as Islam and secularism, local and global, home and away, France and Africa, and East and West.Sherzer, D. (1996), Cinema, Colonialism, Postcolonialism: Perspectives from the French and Francophone Worlds, ... with banlieue cinema, which Carrie Tarr defines as cinema addressing suburban issues by directors of non-beur origin.

Title:Open Roads, Closed Borders
Author: Michael Gott, Thibaut Schilt
Publisher:Intellect Books - 2013

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