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Gender trouble in Siddiq Barmak’s Osama
Gabrielle Simm

Film is a widely accessible medium for communicating ideas about international law. 1 Popular culture, including film, influences law students, politicians charged with the responsibility of committing troops to war, soldiers, anti-war protesters and the general public on questions such as the legality of the use of force. Most writing at the intersection of international law and film is implicitly aimed at an audience of international lawyers. This may be because the field of film studies, emerging out of sociology, semiotics, psychoanalysis, literary and

in Cinematic perspectives on international law