The Latin American (Counter-) Road Movie and Ambivalent Modernity


The Rebirth of Latin American CinemaDefining the Road MovieThe Counter-Road MovieRoad Movies and Latin American ModernityPresentation of the BookNotesReferencesTraveling Across Latin AmericaJourneys of (Self-)Discovery: Diarios de motocicletaThe Search: El viajeJourneys of Flight: AmigomioNotesReferencesNations in CrisisThe Nation as Construct: Y tu mama tambien (Alfonso Cuaron, 2002)The Nation as Legacy: Guantanamera (TomAs Gutierrez Aleaand Juan Carlos Tabio, 1995)21The Nation as Loss: Mundo grua (Pablo Trapero, 1999)NotesReferencesThe Patagonian PullStranded Journeys Outside Modernity: Alejandro Agresti, Eduardo Milewicz, and Pablo TraperoInside (Hybrid) Modernity: Carlos SorinThe Borders of Modernity: Lisandro AlonsoNotesReferencesHeading North: Migrants and the US-Mexican BorderThe US-Mexican Border and the Migration Road MovieENTIERROS DE MELQUIADES ESTRADA/THE THREE BURIALS of Melquiades Estrada (Tommy Lee Jones/Guillermo Arriaga, 2005)A Romantic Counter-Road Movie: Norteado (Rigoberto Perezcano, 2009)Between Fiction and Documentary: Lajaula de oro (Diego QuEMADA-D^EZ, 2013)EpilogueNotesReferencesInternally Displaced People Roaming the RoadsDisplaced Amazonians: Iracema. Uma transa amazOnica (Jorge Bodanzky & Orlando Senna, 1975)Relegados: La frontera (Ricardo Larrain, 1991)Damnificados: El chico que miente (Marite UgAs, 2010)Desplazados: Retratos en un mar de mentiras (Carlos Gaviria, 2010)NotesReferencesGazing at TouristsCountering the Tourist Gaze: Que tan lejos (Tania Hermida, 2006)Blurring the Tourist Gaze: Turistas (Alicia Scherson, 2009)Reversing the Tourist Gaze: Musica campesina (Alberto Fuguet, 2011)NotesReferencesEpilogueFilmographyBibliography
 
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