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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Hidden in plain sight: bringing terror home
Author(s): Ezra, Elizabeth
Sillars, Jane
Keywords: Caché (Hidden)
Michael Haneke
Colonial guilt
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: Ezra E & Sillars J (2007) Hidden in plain sight: bringing terror home, Screen, 48 (2), pp. 215-221.
Abstract: This analysis of Caché/Hidden(Michael Haneke, 2005) examines how the film's depiction of a world of material privilege corroded by psychic unease opens up broader questions of the political deployment of fear and paranoid fantasy, and the dishonesities and displacements of postcolonialism.
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