SLOVAK FILM AND SUPERMODERNITY (Slovensky film a nadmodernita)
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The study deals with the relationship of contemporary Slovak film to place in terms of reduction of interest in ethnographic location. Employing the terminology of anthropologist Marc Auge, it uses the example of his analysis of non-places as typical signs of super modernity to examine changes in relation to location in Slovak cinematography after 2001. The analysis of the films 'Two Syllables Behind', 'Return of the Storks', 'It Will Stay Between Us' and 'Other Worlds' points to the relationship between the representation of super modern relations (or even directly non-places) and the processes of European integration, accompanied by the crisis of national identity.
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