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MK2 Diffusion
Édgar Ramírez in Carlos, directed by Olivier Assayas


Olivier Assayas  |  Carlos  |  violence  |  anarchist film  |  Cold War


Richard Porton is one of the editors of Cineaste in New York. He is the author of Film and the Anarchist Imagination (Verso) and the editor of two forthcoming anthologies, On Film Festivals (Wallflower Press) and Arena 1: Cinema and Anarchism (PM Press).

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