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A cinematic saga
François Dubuisson

villages destroyed or expropriated, to which Palestinian residents aspire to return or which they at least wish to visit. 24 This same topic is depicted in several fictional productions, 25 with as forerunner Hannah K . by Costa-Gavras, released in 1983. In Salt of this Sea , Soraya, a Palestinian settled in New York, decides to go to Palestine for the first time, her family, originally from Jaffa, having been exiled since 1948. 26 Upon her arrival to Ramallah, she explains the reasons of her visit to two Palestinian businessmen: Businessman 1: Why does a

in Cinematic perspectives on international law
Anne Lagerwall

versus Fritz Bauer (Lars Kraume, Germany, 2015). See also on the subject of Nazis from Hungary integrated in United States, Music Box (Costa-Gavras, US, 1989). 36 The Hunting Party (Richard Shepard, US/Bosnia/Croatia, 2007); S. Anderson, ‘What I Did on My Summer Vacation: Inside the Hunt for Ratko Mladic’, Esquire , October 2000. 37 C. Schwöbel-Patel, ‘Spectacle in International Criminal Law: The Fundraising Image of Victimhood’ (2016) London Review of International Law 1–28; P. Hazan, Juger la guerre, juger l’Histoire (Paris: PUF, 2016); J. Allard, O

in Cinematic perspectives on international law