Not Reconciled, a Film by Jill Daniels, High Ground Films, UK (40 Mins, 2009)

Author: Mclaughlin, Cahal

Source: Journal of Media Practice, Volume 12, Number 1, May 2011 , pp. 95-96(2)

Publisher: Intellect

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On the 70th anniversary of the end of the Spanish Civil War and Revolution, Jill Daniels has produced a thoughtful and complex film on the question of survivor memory in a landscape of residues. Locating the investigation in the village of Belchite in the Aragon region of northern Spain, the film's binaries inform and challenge each other – past and present, the dead and the living, ruins and 'new town' and, centrally, remembering and forgetting.

Document Type: Miscellaneous


Affiliations: University of Ulster

Publication date: May 1, 2011

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