Cross-disciplinary in its approach, and utilising in-depth case studies of feature films, documentaries and television dramas, this book presents a variety of perspectives on Russia and Eastern Europe found in the Nordic audiovisual imagination and considers how increasingly transnational affinities have led to a reimagining of Norden’s eastern neighbours in contemporary Nordic films.
1. Borders: Russia and Eastern Europe as a Crime Scene -- 2. Boundaries: Infiltrated Identities -- 3. The Baltic Boundary -- 4. Guilt and Shame in (Trans)national Spaces -- 5. Embodying the Fear of Russia: The Militarised Body -- 6. Polish Spectres in our House: Revisiting the Nordic Metaphor of the Home
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