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The Settlers flips the western genre to explore cinema’s role in colonial crimes

By Barry Langford, Professor of Film Studies, Royal Holloway University of London
How can filmmakers depict genocidal violence in ways that audiences can both comprehend and bear to watch? Bar the extensive and still-growing number of films about the Holocaust (with recent releases including One Life, The Zone of Interest and Occupied City), mainstream cinema has found this challenge daunting.
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