California: Urban Spaces Of American Indians In The Exiles
Dick G. Winchell, and Leo Zonn, 2012
Released in 1961, The Exiles is a low-budget docudrama that chronicles the lives of three American Indians over a period of twelve hours in a downtown Los Angeles neighborhood in the late 1950s. Contemporary neorealist filmmaking appears to have influenced the film, whereas itsg narrative is ethnographic in form. An examination of the film and its dialogue reveals the ways in which...
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