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Revisioning History:
Film and the Construction of a New Past
Edited by Robert A. Rosenstone

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments
Introduction3
1Distant Voices, Still Lives: The Family Is a Dangerous Place: Memory, Gender, and the Image of the working Class17
2The Home and the World: The Invention of Modernity in Colonial India44
3Eijanaika: Japanese Modernization and the Carnival of Time64
4The Night of the Shooting Stars: Fascism, Resistance, and the Liberation of Italy77
5Hiroshima Mon Amour: You Must Remember This91
6Memories of Underdevelopment: Bourgeois Consciousness/Revolutionary Context102
7The Moderns: Art, Forgery, and a Postmodern Narrative of Modernism115
8Radio Bikini: Making and Unmaking Nuclear Mythology128
9Repentance: Stalinist Terror and the Realism of Surrealism139
10Hitler: A Film from Germany: Cinema, History, and Structures of Feeling155
11From the Pole to the Equator: A Vision of a Worldless Past174
12Walker and Mississippi Burning: Postmodernism Versus Illusionist Narrative188
13Walker: The Dramatic Film as (Postmodern) History202
Notes215
List of Contributors243
Film Credits247
Index249

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