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All films mentioned in the book.
From hairdressers and caregivers to reproductive workers and power-suited executives, images of women's labor have powered a fascinating new movement within twenty-first century European cinema. Social realist dramas capture precarious working conditions. Comedies exaggerate the habits of the global managerial class. Stories from countries battered by the global financial crisis emphasize the patriarchal family, debt, and unemployment. Barbara Mennel delves into the ways these films about female labor capture the tension between feminist advances and their appropriation by capitalism in a time of ongoing transformation. Looking at independent and genre films from a cross-section of European nations, Mennel sees a focus on economics and work adapted to the continent's varied kinds of capitalism and influenced by concepts in second-wave feminism. More than ever, narratives of work put female characters front and center--and female directors behind the camera. Yet her analysis shows that each film remains a complex mix of progressive and retrogressive dynamics as it addresses the changing nature of work in Europe.
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Faßroller [Barrel Roller] (1972) - Gerhard Langer
Bumerang [Boomerang] (1975) - Heinz Drigalla & Klaus Hessel
Montage mit DMSPE [Construction with DM-SPE] (1963) - Reimar Rockstroh
Ist der Ofen aus? [Has the Fire Gone Out?] (1988) - Rainer Hässelbarth
Meine Arbeit [My Work] (1978) - Peter Gallasch
Eine Nummer größer [One Size Bigger] (1981) - Frank
Präsent [Present] (1983) - Hubert Andörfer
Sechzig Minuten nach Zwölf [Sixty Minutes Past Twelve] (1979) - Emil Jurkowski
Damit wir glücklich leben [So We Can All Live Happily] (1971) - W.-K. Krekow and Konrad Hildebrand
Kapitel aus: “Der Mensch und seine Arbeit” [Two Chapters from: Humans at Work] (1972) - Herbert Illgen and Dieter Weigend
Weißes Gold [White Gold] (1967) - Alfred Dorn
wondlan wireless follow focus test in vampires and huntress movie. Wondlan wireless follow focus helps the follow focus operator with the focus,and will not interfere with the track and movement of photographers. For a better experience watch it in HD and full screen.
Operation Anthropoid was the code name for the assassination of SS-Obergruppenführer and General der Polizei Reinhard Heydrich, head of the Reichssicherheitshauptamt, the combined security services of Nazi Germany, and acting Reichsprotektor of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. The operation was carried out in Prague on 27 May 1942 after having been prepared by the British Special Operations Executive with the approval of the Czechoslovak government-in-exile. Although only wounded in the attack, Heydrich died of his injuries on 4 June 1942. His death led to a wave of merciless reprisals by German SS troops, including the destruction of villages and the killing of civilians.