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Fade from Red: Screening in the Cold-War Ex-Enemy 1990-2005.

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What is the post-Soviet status of the Cold War on screen? Providing a historical context for the recent portrayals of the allegedly ?former? enemy in American and Russian cinema, Goscilo contends that mainstream films of the glasnost? and post-Soviet era by both countries adopted a variety of stratagems that revised and revived Cold War habits instead of eliminating them. A larger question looming in the wings of her analysis is the resented dominance of Hollywood in world cinema. 

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