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The Zero Hour:
Glasnost and Soviet Cinema in Transition
Andrew Horton and Michael Brashinsky

Book Description

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Period of Adjustment3
Pt. 1Glasnost: Back to the Present
Ch. 1Back to the Present: (Re)presenting the Soviet Past and Feature Films33
Ch. 2"We Are Your Children": Soviet Youth, Cinema, Changing Values67
Ch. 3"Wherever Will I Begin?" Soviet Women in Cinema and on Film99
Pt. 2Glasnost: Down With Stuttering
Ch. 4Is It Easy to Be Honest? Glasnost in the Documentary Film127
Ch. 5Down with Stuttering: Soviet Popular Genres and the New Film Language157
Ch. 6From Accusatory to Joyful Laughter: Restructuring the Soviet Comic-Satiric Muse187
Pt. 3The Islands of the Continent
Ch. 7The Islands of the Continent: A Revised Map for Ethnic Cinemas219
In Place of a Conclusion: The Zero Hour245
Filmography251
Bibliography263
Index277

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