Invested in expression or in its destruction? the politics of space and representation in Chantal Akerman's cinema

Document author(s):
Zain Jamshaid
Document source:
Senses of cinema
Publication date:
September 2012
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Document type:
Number of pages:
Document name subject:
Chantal Akerman and Michelangelo Antonioni
Document contains:
production co
Related films:
Film country(ies):
Belgium, France, Italy, and Switzerland
Film language(s):
French and Italian
Film production company:
Arte France cinéma (Firm), Canal Plus, Centre National de la Cinématographie, Cineriz, Ciné Cinémas, Gémini Films, Interopa Film, Paradise Films, Paris Film Productions, and Radio Télévision Belge Francofone
Film genre(s):
Comedy, Drama, Experimental, Family, Feature, Feminist, and Romance
Film subject(s):
  • Housekeeping -- Drama
  • Lesbians -- Sexual behavior -- Drama
  • Love -- Psychological aspects -- Drama
  • Man-woman relationships -- Italy -- Drama
  • Mothers and daughters -- Drama
  • Prostitution -- Belgium -- Drama
  • Roommates -- Drama
  • Taxicab drivers -- United States -- Drama
  • Voyages and travels -- Personal narratives -- Drama
  • Women -- Belgium -- Social conditions -- Drama

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