Across Cultures

Cinema and Representation

Other Views, Other Experiences

By Albert Ohayon and Marc St-Pierre, NFB Collection Analysts 


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Marilu Mallet

Born in Chile and living in Canada since 1973, Marilú Mallet has made documentaries, fiction films and docudramas. Among her best-known works are Journal inachevé, awardwinner at Biarritz, Chère Amérique, awardwinner at Cannes, and La cueca sola, which won many prestigious prizes in Canada and abroad.

 

See films and photos

The Tree That Remembers [2002]
Excerpt - 3:09


Rupture [1998]
Excerpt - 1:42


Some Kind of Arrangement [1997]
Excerpt - 1:23


Les Borges [1978]
Excerpt - 4:30


Our Street Was Paved with Gold [1973]
Excerpt - 2:36


Some Kind of Arrangement [1997]
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Rupture
1998, director: Najwa Tlili

Excerpt (1:42)


In this excerpt the filmmaker records a family and a few friends discussing the matter of the daughter dating outside of their cultural group. The filmmaker has chosen to film this exchange in a very intimate setting, a family living room, where the participants can express themselves freely. You sense that the participants are comfortable having the filmmaker present as she is a member of their cultural group.

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