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Eduardo Barros Grela
Universidade da Coruña
España
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-7533-5580
Vol. 7 (2020), Artículos de fondo, páginas 1-10
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17979/digilec.2020.7.0.7085
Enviado: oct 22, 2020 Aceptado: nov 16, 2020 Publicado: mar 9, 2021
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Este artículo pone en diálogo la relación entre producción espacial, configuración del lugar y desarrollo de la identidad, para cuestionarla a través de la óptica de tres directores de cine de procedencia transnacional. En sus películas Huelepega: La ley de la calle (Elia Schneider), Le temps du loup (Michael Haneke) y Children Underground (Edet Belzberg) estos autores presentan las dificultades experimentadas tanto por niños que han sido abandonados como por jóvenes adultos problemáticos, cuyas erráticas vidas los han obligado a vivir en lugares de transición. Este ensayo analiza las consecuencias espaciales que surgen de la confrontación de la infancia y su reterritorialización, y explora las ramificaciones de estas interacciones en términos de espacialidad y resignificación del lugar.

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