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Expanded Cinema

Also Known As Jihadi Also Known As Jihadi

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Expanded Cinema | Expanded Cinema | Eric BAUDELAIRE | France | 2017 | 102min | DCP | color | Documentary
Director Eric BAUDELAIRE Screenplay Eric BAUDELAIRE Producer Eric BAUDELAIRE, Alexandra DELAGE, Olivier MARBOEUF, Cedric WALTER Cinematography Claire MATHON, Alan GUICHAOUA Art Director N/A Editor Claire ATHERTON Sound N/A Music N/A Cast N/A

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
270 2018. 05. 05 21:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7
HEK15
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523 2018. 05. 08 14:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7
HEK15
Ticket Wish
  • Review

    [#i_]Also Known As Jihadi[_i#], made on the occasion of the terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015, is an essay on the geographical and political space-time by the documentarist Eric Baudelaire. The camera tracks the journey and the trial process of which a young man had joined Al Qaeda, leaving France and traveling through Egypt to Syria. Baudelaire explores a situation, focusing not on the person himself but on what he saw, from the hospital, house, and school in Vitry, France where he was born, to Aleppo. The journey gradually leads us to the person we cannot see in the film. In the film inspired by ´fukeiron´ that Japanese radical artist Adachi Masao proposes in [#i_]A.K.A. Serial Killer[_i#](1969), the landscape, that a young Muslim had passed, asks questions about the social and political system behind his journey. [JANG Byungwon]

Director

Eric BAUDELAIRE

Born in Salt Lake City in 1973. In 2009 and 2010 his shorts films [SIC](2009) and The Makes(2010) have been selected at the Rotterdam IFF. In 2011, his movie The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi and 27 Years without Images(2011) was selected at the FID Marseille and screened a Centre Pompidou. The Ugly One(2013), his second feature film selected at Locarno. Letters to Max(2014) is selected at FID Marseille in 2014.