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the mechanics of power. Queimada

By Pietro Liberati

Abstract

The genesis of <em>Queimada</em>, 1968 movements’ suggestions and a partial Pontecorvo’s disappointment with some unfulfilled preconditions. The necessity to conjugate the storytelling in past in order to speak about the present days. A new glance on colonialism. The comparison between the characters of William Walker and José Dolores, and also between their performers: Marlon Brando’s academic background and Evaristo Marquez instinctual naturalism. About representation and mise-en-scene, metaphorized by the double dichotomy Walker/Dolores and Brando/Márquez. Distribution issues with United Artists. A controversial critical reception and a belated reassessment

Topics: Colonialismo, Marlon Brando, Evaristo Márquez, rappresentazione, United Artists, Arts in general, NX1-820, Language and Literature, P
Publisher: Universitat de València
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:1096ce2647df489db911f8ed39ba9d85
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