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This book brings post-Berlin Wall Europe and European cinema to full visibility and into the fray of current debates on cultural identity, transnational cinema, and postcolonialism. It presents new ways of reading post-1989 European film policy in relation to culture, ways that are crucial to rethinking Europe in its geopolitical and symbolic configuration. In particular, it addresses how the neglected strategies of coproduction articulate a supranational Europe and redefine European identity. By drawing on contemporary political, cultural, and philosophical discourses, Rivi offers pointed analyses of some of the recent most significant European films like Nostalghia, Underground, Land and Freedom, No Man’s Land, Lamerica, La promesse, Code inconnu and Caché.
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Luisa Rivelli (born 10 February 1930) is an Italian film actress. She appeared in 50 films between 1943 and 1994.
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