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            Robert Laffont
            EAN : 9782221217221
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 224
            Size : 135 x 215 mm
            Hollywar

            Release date : 03/05/2018
            Black, Red, Yellow, Communists, Muslims: When Hollywood makes enemies, it’s no longer just about filmmaking.
            Hollywood is an enemy-making machine. Already in 1933, King Kong subtly denounced
            Africa by portraying it as the only continent that could create an animal of such violence.
            A few years later, Gone with the Wind, a film that won ten Oscars, showed the world the
            ordinary submission of a black nanny without...
            Hollywood is an enemy-making machine. Already in 1933, King Kong subtly denounced
            Africa by portraying it as the only continent that could create an animal of such violence.
            A few years later, Gone with the Wind, a film that won ten Oscars, showed the world the
            ordinary submission of a black nanny without any indignation. More efficient than any
            speech, Hollywood has become an indispensable tool of persuasion. But at the heart of Hollywood, a rebellion is taking shape. Some may remember Marlon Brando refusing his Oscar in 1973 to protest against the treatment of Native Americans in film. More recently, Ali Mahershala, the first Arab actor nominated for an Oscar, condemned racial profiling by revealing that he had
            received over 30 scripts casting him as a terrorist. They are far from the only ones, and
            the fight has not yet been won in Hollywood…
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            EAN : 9782221217221
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 224
            Size : 135 x 215 mm
            Robert Laffont