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Traveling from Warsaw to Blackpool, Marseilles to Madrid, this book investigates the postmodern nature of contemporary EuropeвЂ™s urban life and cinema, and shows how European films represent these cities across old and new Europe. Interdisciplinary in approach, the book engages with diverse films, including ''Luna Park'', ''Run, Lola, Run'', ''Trainspotting'', ''Wonderland'', and many more. It tackles the issues about postmodernity raised by these films and the changes wrought in European cities over the last two decades under the effects of political change, from the postcommunist era in Moscow and Berlin to the effects of Thatcherism in Edinburgh and London.
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Ewa Mazierska (born 1964 in Włocławek, Poland) is a reader in Contemporary Cinema, in the Department of Humanities of the University of Central Lancashire.
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