I also raise questions about the contemporary stakes of political film and media critique more broadly. Academic journal article Canadian Journal of Film Studies. White lines in the corners of the frame indicate the videographer's perspective and distinguish it from the unmarked continuity style that constitutes the film's primary narrative diegesis.
I also raise questions about the contemporary stakes of political film and media critique more broadly. As metaphor, "the bubble" invokes visibility, flexibility, and boundaries, topics I engage with in their relation to contemporary IsraeliPalestinian politics. Yet how does one critique a film that anticipates and pre-emptively responds to the political discourse that it nevertheless contributes to?