A Symphony of Absence: Borders and Liminality in Elia Suleiman's Chronicle of a Disappearance

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Bresheeth, Haim 2002. A Symphony of Absence: Borders and Liminality in Elia Suleiman's Chronicle of a Disappearance. Framework. 43 (2), pp. 71-84.
AuthorsBresheeth, Haim
Abstract

This article discusses Elia Suleiman's Chronicle of a Disappearance (1996) on
the background of the Al Aqsa Intifada. The film was chosen not only
because of its innovative aesthetics but also due to its prophetic, as well as,
disturbing political analysis of the Zionist enterprise embedded within its
unique cinematic style.

KeywordsZionism; Palestine; Israel; cinematic representation; political film making
JournalFramework
Journal citation43 (2), pp. 71-84
ISSN0306-7661
Year2002
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Web address (URL)http://www.frameworkonline.com
http://hdl.handle.net/10552/734
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Deposited16 Apr 2010
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Bresheeth, H. (2002) ‘A Symphony of Absence: Borders and Liminality in Elia Suleiman's Chronicle of a Disappearance’ Framework 43 (2) 71-84.

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