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Content loaded within last 14 days The train is always arriving: Nostalgic remediation in Remembrance

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In Remembrance’s distinctively Canadian transposition of Chris Marker’s La Jetée, mnemonist Alfred Graves escapes a comparable recursivity by following the woman who triggered the flashback in the first place. In the end he escapes the bounds of the short film genre as the protagonist of the TV series X Company.
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Keywords: La Jetée; X Company; flashback; memory; nostalgic remediation; the ‘train effect’

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Wilfrid Laurier University

Publication date: January 1, 2020

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