Anna O and the Case of Displaced Memory

Anna O and the Case of Displaced Memory

Marie-Josèphe Angélique was a black slave in New France (Montreal, Canada, 1734), who was tortured, hanged and burned down to ashes, guilty of setting a fire, burning down much of what is now known as Old Montreal. This experimental documentary uses the hanging of the Black slave Marie-Angélique, employing found footage as mode of investigation for emergent metaphors of gender and race, examining the dynamics between Blackness and racialized political history.

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Running Time
14 minutes
Documentary, Short
Victor Arroyo
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Anna O and the Case of Displaced Memory» (21)

Sharon B. avatar
Sharon B.

Loved this movie! Very entertaining modern Short.

Pamela B. avatar
Pamela B.

Simply stunning. A great addition to my collection.

Ralph O. avatar
Ralph O.

Will keep your attention for the whole movie. Most movies bore me and this one was pretty good.

Stephanie Fuller avatar
Stephanie Fuller

one of the best movies ive ever watched .

Teresa C. avatar
Teresa C.

One of the most brilliant movies I have ever seen.

Carolyn M. avatar
Carolyn M.

Great FILM! You can watch it 4 times and still rediscover little quirks you hadn't noticed. Absolutely amazing.

Kenneth avatar

Entertaining offered a nice evening

Randy Garza avatar
Randy Garza

Great Movie, If you haven't seen this movie, I highly recommend it.

Scott P. avatar
Scott P.

Great movie, kept me on the edge of my chair.

Christopher D. avatar
Christopher D.

A very good movie! When it comes to end, you want to see more, and more, and more…