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Third World Cinema in Latin America: Representing “Otherness”

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Rosaria Cirfiera - Goldsmiths College - University of London - [2005-06]
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    This dissertation argues about third cinema in Mexico, focusing on how in the movies are treated topics regarding social problems, such as underdevelopment and crisis of national identity, whose roots have to be found in the past colonization. The main aim is to show that cinema is used as a medium to denounce the current critical situation of Mexican society, that until nowadays is facing difficulties in finding equilibrium between the past colonization and the attempt to construct a national identity.
    The movies analysed to show the representation of the otherness in the movie world are: “Los olvidados” and "El ángel exterminador" of Luis Bunuel, and Amores Perros of Iñárritu.
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