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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:Spanish
Record Number:53648
Doc. No:TL23602
Call number:‭3385354‬
Main Entry:Eduardo Pacheco
Title & Author:Colombia 1990-2000: Una diatriba de violencia vista a traves del cine: Imagenes y textos culturalesEduardo Pacheco
College:The University of Alabama
Date:2009
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2009
Page No:197
Abstract:The main purpose of this dissertation is to analyze the representation of violence in Colombian films at the end of the past century. At the beginning of 1990 many film directors in Colombia started working on this new genre "violencia." These new productions served as a cultural and visual testimony of this turbulent decade in Colombia. This dissertation considers the narrative fictions found in the films while keeping in mind the reality of Colombia's history. This dissertation formulates a dialogue between the verbal narrations themselves and the images that appear in each of four films that represent this era. The first chapter informs the reader about the origins of violence in Colombia and the social implications. The second chapter focuses on the arrival of the film industry in Colombia and its evolution, with many ups and downs, to the present day. The third chapter analyzes Rodrigo D no futuro (1990), Victor Gaviria's film that deals with the problems encountered in the "comunas" of Medellin. The fourth chapter investigates Victor Gaviria's La vendedora de rosas (1996), a film that offers a view of violence from the feminine perspective. The fifth chapter considers the rural areas in Colombia from which much of the country's violence emerged. In this chapter Edipo Alcalde (1996), directed by Jorge Alí, is analyzed. The sixth and last chapter returns to Medellín and its "sicarios" or assassins. Barbet Schroeder's La virgen de los sicarios (2000) portrays a love triangle between Fernando and his two lovers, Alexis and Wilmar, along with the violence that plays such an important role in their lives. The conclusion of this dissertation leaves behind the stories that emerged during the chaotic decade of the 90s and looks forward to the changes that have occurred in Colombia and its film industry in the new century. Given that films reflect a vision of the people and their history, unsurprisingly since the year 2000 new film projects have appeared as new challenges have arisen in Colombia.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Language, literature and linguistics; Medellin; Violencia; Colombia; Cinema; Sicarios; Comunas; Violence; Modern language; Latin American literature; Film studies; 0291:Modern language; 0900:Film studies; 0312:Latin American literature
Added Entry:W. Worden
Added Entry:The University of Alabama