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  Volume 49, Number 1, Spring 2008

Table of Contents


pp. 5-6

The Three Sam Spades: The Shifting Model of American Masculinity in the Three Films of The Maltese Falcon

pp. 7-26


The Language of Real Life: Interview with Ousmane Sembène

pp. 27-29

Art for Man's Sake: A Tribute to Ousmane Sembène

pp. 30-34

A Full Integration with Film History: A Tribute to Ingmar Bergman

pp. 36-40

Antonioni and the Place of Modernity: A Tribute

pp. 42-47

Dossier on Morphing Realities: The Current Status of the Real in Film and Television


pp. 48-54

Family Secrets: Alan Berliner's Nobody's Business and the (American) Jewish Autobiographical Film

pp. 55-65

Self-Despotism: Reality Television and the New Subject of Politics

pp. 66-82

The Postcolonial Function of Television's Virtual Space in '90s Israeli Cinema

pp. 83-92

Phantasmatic Losses: National Traumas, Masculinity, and Primal Scenes in Israeli Cinema—Walk on Water

pp. 93-105

Absence as Presence, Presence as Parapraxis: On Some Problems of Representing "Jews" in the New German Cinema

pp. 106-120

Chronic Trauma, the Sound of Terror, and Current Israeli Cinema

pp. 121-133

History's Broken Wings: "Narrative Paralysis" as Resistance to History in Amos Gitai's Film Kedma

pp. 134-143

The Young, the Damned, and the Restless: Youth in Contemporary Mexican Cinema

pp. 144-160


Women at the Movies

pp. 161-164

45th New York Film Festival

pp. 165-167

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