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In this article, the writer discusses cinema in France, emphasizing the New Wave and the movies of Bertrand Blier and Claude Berri.
From the Paper:"French New Wave cinema is directly linked to the overarching concept of a national cinema. At issue herein is the question of how successful French filmmakers have been in creating a national cinema that addresses or depicts relevant social and political themes or issues that define a film as being from a particular country subsumed within the ideology of the New Wave. Such a film as referenced by Aaron Sultanik is readily identifiable as positioned ideologically as well as physically within the ..."
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