Marvelling at a scene in The Dreamers in which an auditorium of students sit bug-eyed at a screening of Shock Corridor, Maximilian Le Cain writes in this issue “...Bertolucci emphasises the energy with which th...
Despite its provocative title, Ono's film has lost its power due to the “enigma of postmodernism”. Using the theory of Alain Badiou, Richardson argues there are still ways to overcome the “consensus” politics inherent in this “enigma”.
In response to the announcement that Jia is now officially allowed to make films in his own country, Jaffee follows the trail of the “underground” filmmaking of the “sixth generation” and wonders “where to from here?”
A newly-available sports utility vehicle, a new socio-political context and a new set of cinematic references inform Dumont's examination of masculine authority, human miscommunication and the Californian desert.