January 1993
Sight & Sound;Jan93 Supplement, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p20
The article discusses the anomalous existence of Israel and Palestinian national characteristics. Implications of Israel's anomalous character that anti-colonialist discourse is applicable and non-applicable; Formation by Palestinian of a kind of structuring absence in Israel films; Right to voice their legitimate national anger by Palestinian charaters in some films; Film scenery where Israel-Palestinian actors/actresses have actually forced showing deep concern and involvement in the image processes and productions.


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