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Cinematic Responses to the ’68 French General Strike

In Tuesday’s class, we spoke of precedents to the contemporary Occupy movement. The ’68 occupation of the Sorbonne came up. I first learned of these political actions through the lens of French cinema, specifically the works of Godard. For those of you who like the work of the filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci, you might enjoy his […]

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