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Revisiting Space

Space and Place in European Cinema


Wendy Everett and Axel Goodbody

Contents: Pierre Sorlin: Urban Space in European Cinema – Laura McGee: Space, Place, and Identity in Andreas Dresen’s Night Shapes, the Last German ‘City Film’ of the Twentieth Century – Luana Babini: The Urban Soul of British Cinema of the 1990s: London as Cinematic City in Mike Leigh’s Naked and Gary Oldman’s Nil by Mouth – Ernest Hampson: Roman Cityscapes in European Cinema: Tarkovskii’s Nostalgia and Greenaway’s The Belly of an Architect – Axel Goodbody: Rural Spaces in German Film: Jürgen Brauer, Longing and Tom Tykwer, Wintersleepers – Phil Powrie: Space, the Crowd, and Prostitution in André Calmettes’s Carmen – Mikel J. Koven: Space and Place in Italian Giallo Cinema: The Ambivalence of Modernity – Anthony Coulson: Paradise Islands: Van Dyke’s White Shadows in the South Seas and F.W. Murnau’s Tabu – Helma Sanders-Brahms: The Lost Face of Germany – Ann Marie Condron: Personal Identity, Power, and Contested Space in Joseph Losey’s Monsieur Klein – Santiago Fouz-Hernández: Javier Bardem: Body and Space – Evelyn Preuss: To See or Not to See? Topographies of Repression in Konrad Wolf’s I Was Nineteen and The Naked Man on the Sportsground – Martin Brady: Wide Open Spaces: Building Memory in Brechtian and Avant-garde Cinema – Jackie Collins: Yoyes: A Space (Place) of One’s Own – Peter Wagstaff: Traces of Places: Agnès Varda’s Mobile Space in The Gleaners and I – Wendy Everett: ‘The Eye of the Inner Ear’: Terence Davies and the Space/Time Dimension – Victoria Pastor-González: The ‘Present Absents’ in Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colours Trilogy – Les Roberts: Non-places in the Mist: Mapping the Spatial Turn in Theo Angelopoulos’s Peripatetic Modernism – Evgenii Tsymbal: Andrei Tarkovskii: From ‘Sculpted Time’ to ‘Inspired Nature’.