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Robert Guédiguian by Joseph Mai (review)

Robert Guédiguian by Joseph Mai (review) 498 french forum winter 2017 vol . 42 , no . 3 ble in an article dedicated to the analysis of a single film, for instance. In keeping with the Manchester’s French Film Director’s series’ mandate, this is work that is accessible for students and will be extraordinarily useful for those educators who are not really specialists of Duvivier or even French cinema, but are seeking to take advantage of new DVD releases and incor- porate Duvivier films into their classes. Margaret C. Flinn, The Ohio State University Joseph Mai. Robert Gue ´diguian. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2017. 158 pp. Robert Gue´diguian’s career has spanned more than three decades and his output includes twenty features. Those films have at times drawn large audiences (Marius et Jeannette) or stirred vigorous historical debate (L’Ar- me ´e du crime) and consistently open at the Cannes film festival and receive significant, if not always adoring, critical attention. Gue´diguian has been the most prolific—and arguably one of the most incisive—cinematic chroniclers of postindustrial France, often but not exclusively from the vantage point of L’Estaque, a small community within the city limits of Marseille. All of this makes the director’s work indispensable for French cinephiles and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png French Forum University of Nebraska Press

Robert Guédiguian by Joseph Mai (review)

French Forum , Volume 42 (3) – Aug 17, 2018

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498 french forum winter 2017 vol . 42 , no . 3 ble in an article dedicated to the analysis of a single film, for instance. In keeping with the Manchester’s French Film Director’s series’ mandate, this is work that is accessible for students and will be extraordinarily useful for those educators who are not really specialists of Duvivier or even French cinema, but are seeking to take advantage of new DVD releases and incor- porate Duvivier films into their classes. Margaret C. Flinn, The Ohio State University Joseph Mai. Robert Gue ´diguian. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2017. 158 pp. Robert Gue´diguian’s career has spanned more than three decades and his output includes twenty features. Those films have at times drawn large audiences (Marius et Jeannette) or stirred vigorous historical debate (L’Ar- me ´e du crime) and consistently open at the Cannes film festival and receive significant, if not always adoring, critical attention. Gue´diguian has been the most prolific—and arguably one of the most incisive—cinematic chroniclers of postindustrial France, often but not exclusively from the vantage point of L’Estaque, a small community within the city limits of Marseille. All of this makes the director’s work indispensable for French cinephiles and

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French ForumUniversity of Nebraska Press

Published: Aug 17, 2018

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