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No(ir) Place to Go: Spatial Anxiety and Sartorial Intertextuality in "Die Unberührbare"

Mattias Frey
Cinema Journal
Vol. 45, No. 4 (Summer, 2006), pp. 64-80
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4137168
Page Count: 17
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No(ir) Place to Go: Spatial Anxiety and Sartorial Intertextuality in "Die Unberührbare"
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Abstract

Premiering at the height of the global neo-noir craze, Oskar Roehler's Die Unberührbare is willfully out of the past. It renegotiates the classic noir's preoccupation with space and material culture, dramatizing millennial German spatial anxiety and redressing Ostalgie films' commodity fetishism.

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