Foster discusses ten Argentine films, including Kiss of the Spider Woman, The Official Story, and Man Facing Southeast to examine the transformation of social topics into motion pictures and the relationship between commercial filmmaking strategies and Argentine redemocratization.
David William Foster is Professor of Spanish at Arizona State University. He is author, coauthor, or editor of over 30 books on Latin American literature. His publications include Alternate Voices in the Contemporary Latin American Narrative and The Argentine Generation of 1880: Ideology and Cultural Texts.
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