Journal of Film Studies, Issue 4 (February p?issue4 id118. As I have sought to demonstrate in my analyses of the scenes from Lola Bilidikid and Walk on Water, queerness and drag do not serve as overarching metaphors for transnationalism so much as they represent, mediate, and facilitate illicit forms. German Life and Letters, 59:4: 555-572. As the scene concludes, Murat is left alone on the bathroom floor, bleeding and covered in urine. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Sie tragen dicke marken-jacken ( jack wolfskin) die weit aufgekn?pft sind, wo der kragen jeweils links und rechts dreissigzentimeter luftlinie f?r sich beansprucht, drunter dicke schurwolle-pullover und echte-leder-taschen, grosse dinA3 zeitschriften und wenn sie sich in der bahn in einer.
Es gibt eine beckenbodenübung für frauen (broschüren liegen immer beim frauenarzt dabei müssen sie ihre pobacken zusammenkneifen und loslassen ( angeblich kann man dabei auch lästige kcal loswerden) nicht zuviel nicht zu wenig. Diaspora and Nation: Migration Into Other Pasts. Jews were thus both coded as non-normative in terms of gender and sexuality, and associated with the Verwischung of traditional cultural and national boundaries stereotypes that the Zionist movement directly counteracted. Furthermore, a neighboring architectural structure becomes an overdetermined symbol of German-Jewish relations within the films diegesis. Axel and Pias grandfather, Alfred Himmelman, is a Nazi war criminal who has lived in Argentina since the end of World War II, but who has recently disappeared. Kommt die ansage achtung achtung, die weiterfahrt verzögert sich um mehrere minuten.
What kind of Zionist calls herself Internationaland sings in Arabic as well as in Hebrew (and in French and English, as well)? Indeed, if, as scholars such as Uli Linke have argued, the space of the German nation continues to be conceptualized as a body in contemporary discourses around German identity (much as it was during the countrys National Socialist. Likewise, at the end of the scene, as the three assault Murat in the bathroom, Ataman alternates between high-angle shots of Murat and either level or low-angle shots of the three. In German Cultures, Foreign Cultures: The Politics of Belonging, aicgs Research Report. Wieso, warum, kann ich mir denken, bin schliesslich eine frau und auch ich lese den neuen harry potter nicht in der bahn. Furthermore, the non-diegetic music abruptly stops as Rudy and Hendryk open the stall door and begin their verbal and physical assault on Murat.
During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Jews were both associated with a sense of statelessness and linked to women and homosexuals (Ibid., 36). Jedenfalls gesischtsgrübschen kann man sich nicht einfach so dazumogeln, man muss sie mit eigener wille und kraft erzeugen. Murat follows him into the bathroom and enters a stall, and Walter soon joins him. Judensau and its more recent variant, Türkensau, have been directed at the two religious groups in Germany who view the sow as unclean and impure: Jews and Muslims. The scene contains many indications of his feeling of discomfort in the space of Berlin; for example, after passing the neo-Nazis at the entrance to the subway station, he immediately looks back upon hearing the sound of a bottle breaking. The scene contains three instances in which Murat follows Walter: out of the bus, up to the flame bowl, and into the bathroom. Da sie einen großen dominanten kopf haben, trauen sich die leute nicht zu fragen ob hier noch platz frei wäre was dumm ist, weil natürlich ist da platz frei, oder hat er für seinen aktenkoffer einen fahrschein gelöst.
Ihr müsst mich ja nicht schonen, ich ertrage ja viel. However, when they hear a scream from above, Eyal and Axel run up the staircase and find that the neo-Nazis are attacking the drag queens. Geschlecht und Charakter: Eine prinzipielle Untersuchung. Furthermore, these forms of Berührung are staged in certain overdetermined spaces in Berlin where various aspects of characters identities converge, as well as where a constellation of Germans, Jews, and Turks is evoked. If, in the words of Daniel Boyarin, Diaspora is essentially queer (in marked contrast to political Zionism, which represented a heterosexualizing project then Eyals self-positioning as a diasporic subject in this scene represents a transformation and even queering of his identity (Boyarin 1997, 229-231). It bears noting that this growing body of work has remained centered on the medium of literature; indeed, texts by enocak and other Turkish-German authors have been the foci of Adelson and Huyssens analyses. Furthermore, by staging a scene of homosexual intimacy between Murat and Walter whose white skin, blond hair, and blue eyes are prototypical Aryan features in Berlins Olympic Stadium, Ataman breaks with Nazi racial politics, displays the performativity of Walters macho.
Even if these films do not promise a radical queer utopianism, then, they offer forms of Berührung among objects and entities that usually remain separated within current debates and discourses in Germany. Murat, who bears an interest in the blond-haired, blue-eyed Walter, attempts to join the three, but is quickly insulted by Hendryk. For films using spaces as a means of evoking Germanys past in the minds of viewers, the city of Berlin serves as fertile symbolic terrain (Jesinghausen 2000, 79). Vested Interests: Cross-Dressing and Cultural Anxiety. While Jews, queers, and drag queens are here linked by association with the transgression and obscuration of boundaries of gender and nationality, the neo-Nazis assault on the drag queens becomes an occasion for the negotiation and articulation of the German body politic. Indeed, I will ultimately argue that by setting these scenes of neo-Nazi violence against gay and transvestite characters in historically overdetermined spaces, Ataman and Fox not only rearticulate the terms of German space and identity, but also enable the formation of a German/Jewish/Turkish constellation. Atamans use of non-diegetic music (which begins as Murat enters the bathroom) contributes to the sense of tenderness at this moment. Given this point of continuity, it is no surprise both that the neo-Nazis direct their attack against the drag queens and that the beginning of the attack (marked by the scream of one of the drag queens) interrupts Axels performance. Ich habe gestern gelesen wie hedwig die eule vom harry, gestorben ist. Film scholars including Rob Burns (2006 Deniz G?kt?rk (1999, 2000, 2002 Barbara Mennel (2002 and Hamid Naficy (2001) have written informative and illuminating texts on Turkish-German cinema and its spatial tropes; they have largely concentrated on the tropes of enclosure, claustrophobia.
Daniel Boyarin, Daniel Itzkovitz, and Ann Pellegrini, 149-165. The transposition of this stereotype onto a Turkish subject is notable for two reasons. Against Between: A Manifesto. In The Representation of Masochism and Queer Desire in Film and Literature, 139-172. As Hamid Naficy notes in his study of accented cinema, borders, tunnels, and trains often serve within exilic and diasporic films as important transitional and transnational places and spaces, as well as privileged sites of journeys of and struggles over identity (Naficy 2001, 5). Dabei entstehen im gesicht kleine grübschen, rechts und links, die sich kaum von den echten grübschen unterscheiden. New German Critique,. After Walter follows Murat into the stall (a reverse of the aforementioned pattern Ataman uses a two-shot to position them equally within the frame.
In Szenenwechsel: Momentaufnahmen des jungen deutschen Films,. Hendryk and Rudys use of the term Sau is notable here for its recollection of the longstanding anti-Semitic figure and epithet of the. Mir ist aufgefallen, und ich werde das aber genauer beobachten, männer die einen ohring tragen, sprechen gerne in dialekt. Judensau, which was revived by the Nazis during the National Socialist era. Drawing on the work of Mary Douglas, Judith Butler has written, If the body is synecdochal for the social system per se or a site in which open systems converge, then any kind of unregulated permeability constitutes a site of pollution. Indeed, as Garber has written, both the transvestite and the Jew can function as a sign of the category crisis of the immigrant, between nations, forced out of one role that no longer fits and into another.
For films that engage with the spatial politics of contemporary Germany, the use of overdetermined spaces serves as a primary means of evoking touch across established spatial and temporal parameters, as well as of unsettling static notions of German space and identity. According to Garber, the figure of the transvestite thus functions as a sign of overdetermination a mechanism of displacement from one blurred boundary to another (Ibid., 16; italics mine). Touching Tales of Turks, Germans, and Jews: Cultural Alterity, Historical Narrative, and Literary Riddles for the 1990s. When Axel introduces Eyal to them as ein Freund von mir aus Israel a friend of mine from Israel, one of the drag queens even switches to Hebrew while asking Eyal, Ma nishma? The Sky over Berlin as Transcendental Space: Wenders, Döblin and the Angel of History. Finally, Andreas Huyssen has considered the relationship between diasporic and national memory by reflecting on the question of whether Turkish-Germans can and should migrate into the German past. Noch eine beobachtung, am rande, es gibt mehr männer, die unterwegs harry-potter lesen wie frauen. She turned in a priestly, Israeli name for the moniker of a rootless cosmopolitan. In the words of Anton Kaes, Riefenstahl perfected the analogy between the athletes body and the national body in her film, such that sports and body culture became the site where the nation could come into representation (Kaes 2002, 67). An Accented Cinema: Exilic Diasporic Filmmaking.
The Voids of Berlin. Also ich habe was anderes gelesen. Ich frage zB gar nicht, sondern kwetsche mich rein und setze mich drauf ( jacke, zeitung, brezel in einer tüte) dabei schaue ich die personen gar nicht an, ich spiele den roboter, den autisten oder den ausländer. Like Christopher Clark, whose analysis I will later cite and build upon, I would argue that by staging this scene of neo-Nazi violence in Berlins Olympic Stadium, Ataman clearly evokes elements of Germanys National Socialist era and suggests. In his analysis of this scene from Lola Bilidikid, Christopher Clark writes that it not only depicts homophobic and racist violence but embeds it in a historical context; the setting of the Olympic stadium functions to posit affinities between National. Berkeley/Los Angeles: University of California Press. Of key interest for me will be the function of queerness and drag in these scenes, as well as the manner in which the scenes serve not only as contestations over space, but also as opportunities for the negotiation of the German body politic.
Da haben die weibliche lehrerinnen keinen, wie sagt man, pendant? Paper presented at the German Studies Association Conference, October 4-7, in San Diego, California. Since both the drag queens and the neo-Nazis remain unnamed and undeveloped, and since they never reappear in the film, one might wonder why they are introduced in this scene. They turn everything into shit. Turks and Jews: Comparing Minorities in Germany After the Holocaust. The drag queens in this scene of Foxs film are indeed seemingly indeterminable in terms of their race, gender, and sexuality (the three identified actors who play them Hubertus Regout, Biggi van Blond, and Paysley Dalton are Belgian, German, and African-American. Furthermore, the teachers voice is dull and monotonous as she recites the history of the Stadium from her notes. I would argue that their presence must be seen in the context of the films engagement with national boundaries and body politics. Walk on Water (2004 that evoke, berührung between and among these groups through their use of spaces in Berlin that bear weighty historical and ideological connotations. Judensau is an image of Jews in vulgar contact with a large sow; in many images, they surround the animal, suckle it, and even eat its excrement (indeed, Murats performance of oral sex on Walter, which directly precedes this.
Lola is a member of a transvestite dance troupe and is in a relationship with Bili, a macho hustler who fiercely denies his homosexuality. Berührung across hegemonic corporal and national boundaries. New York: Columbia University Press. In the words of Alisa Solomon, If European Jews went to Palestine to become normalized as men, Dana International reversed the process. During the years of Berlins division, the U8 track was separated from the rest of the Alexanderplatz station, and its access points were walled off; it thereby became one of Berlins so-called Geisterbahnhöfe ghost stations. Thats how I grew up no German products in the house, no travel to Germany, no talking about.
Indeed, the opening of this scene in Atamans film mirrors the opening sequence of Riefenstahls documentation of the 1936 Olympic Games in two notable ways: Walter, Rudy, and Hendryks run to the Olympic flame bowl parallels the final stretch. Der mann denkt is ja sowieso nur eine haltestelle, das halt ich noch aus und dann zack! In recent years, writers and scholars have begun to address the issue of how Turkish-Germans, who comprise the largest national minority group in contemporary German society, can engage with Germanys past. In Garbers words, category crisis is a failure of definitional distinction, a borderline that becomes permeable, that permits of border crossings from one (apparently distinct) category to another.g. In the scene that I will analyze, Eyal and Axel enter the Alexanderplatz U-Bahn station, where they pass by three neo-Nazis and then encounter four drag queens whom Axel knows. In this essay, I will analyze scenes from two recent films, Turkish director Kutlu Atamans. Being Jewish in the New Germany. Ich habe nur popo-grübschen, aber das ist wohl kein shocking, alle menschen haben popo-grübchen. After parting ways with the drag queens, Axel tells Eyal, Dont get upset; theyre really okay, and Eyal responds, Dont patronize.
Daniel Boyarin, Daniel Itzkovitz, and Ann Pellegrini, 19-40. Despite the ensuing tension between the two men, Axel tells Eyal to contact him if ever in Germany; Eyal responds, Ive never been to Germany and I dont think Ill ever want. Likewise, in a series of texts, Leslie Adelson has observed the omission of Turkish-Germans from the interpretive landscape of the Third Reich and the Holocaust, as well as from the larger postwar German narrative (Adelson 2000, 95, 96). I would concede that both Lola Bilidikid and Walk on Water contain utopian moments and use queerness and drag as ways of challenging dominant articulations of the body politic. Ausserdem bin ich sehr enttäuscht, dass mir keiner die wahrheit gesagt hat über die "beliebte figur die sterben wird". It is at this point in the scene that Eyal both orders Axel not to patronize him and reminds Axel, We invented Dana International. als ob sie nicht in aller ruhe abwarten könnten, bis der tunel mal zu ende ist. As aforementioned, Eyal shows an unexpected and unprecedented openness to the subjects of homosexuality and transvestism, which are here associated with the crossing and obscuration of national boundaries.
I would argue that the scene functions in much more complicated, nuanced, and interesting ways than Clark acknowledges, and I would draw attention to the various forms of boundary-crossing and illicit contact either on display or implicit. Ich sage so 80. Of key interest for me is the function of queerness and drag in these scenes, as well as the manner in which the scenes serve not only as contestations over space, but also as opportunities for the negotiation of the German body politic. Male/female, black/white, Jew/Christian (Ibid., 16). Much as the epithet schwule Sau becomes the point of transference between the Judensau and Türkensau in Atamans film, then, queers and drag queens serve as the links between Jews and Turks within this scene of Foxs film. Category Crises: The Way of the Cross and the Jewish Star.
Tim Bergfelder, Erica Carter, and Deniz Göktürk, 248-256. Furthermore, Eyals allusion to Dana International is a curious one, given that Eyal and Dana International would seem to represent two opposing types of Israeli masculinity: while Eyal is associated with the masculinizing and heterosexualizing project of Herzlian Zionism. Since Jews were once subjected to this rhetoric of expulsion (see Linke 1997 Eyals statement already notable for its indication of his fluency in German becomes a means of reclaiming German space and even rearticulating German identity. Siegfried A German Film Star Performing the Nation in Langs Nibelungen Film. The scene of neo-Nazi violence that I will analyze is staged in the Alexanderplatz U-Bahn station a site that, like these three cities, is marked by a history of East/West division. Later in the scene, Eyals and Axels verbal accounts of the neo-Nazis become articulations of who should be driven raus from German space, here imagined as a collective body. Andreas Huyssen writes, There is perhaps no other major Western city that bears the marks of twentieth-century history as intensely and self-consciously as Berlin. Vielleicht ist das ein tick ( das durch das laberlaber ausgelöst wird oder eine taktik (um das laber laber auszuhalten) oder sie haben irgendwo gelesen, das ausgeprägter kiefer, der durch die knirschbewegung deutlicher wird, sehr anziehend auf frauen wirkt. After a voice on the loudspeaker orders the teens to leave the premises of the stadium, Walter tells his friends that he will first head to the bathroom. However, the scene is filled with indications of a transformation in Eyals identity and of his increasing disinvestment from the Zionist project.
American Anthropologist, New Series, Vol. In the scene, Ataman skillfully articulates power dynamics between Murat and Walter, Rudy, and Hendryk through various cinematic devices. In addition to confronting homophobia within Berlins Turkish-German community, these characters are also regularly harassed by Walter, Rudy, and Hendryk, three of Murats German classmates who are coded as neo-Nazis. The scene contains three shot/reverse-shot structures, each both composed of and separated by seven shots: as Murat approaches Walter and his friends near the Olympic flame bowl (shots 15-21 of the scene as Murat and Walter kiss. Tim Bergfelder, Erica Carter, and Deniz Göktürk, 48-56.
Israeli Cinema in a Global Context Regaining a Minoritarian Status. männer die mit ihrer präsenz den ganzen raum für sich beanspruchen sie haben einen großen kopf und tragen auch gerne einen hut und privat terrorisieren sie gerne die ganze familie. Ausserdem fällt mir ebenfalls auf, dass sehr viele aufeinmal herum-pubärtieren, ist es wegen weihnachten oder was ist los. I didnt really think it over; I just took. Besides being associated with the crossing and confounding of boundaries, the drag queens function to convey what Marjorie Garber, in her study of the role of transvestism in cultural forms and representations, has called category crisis (Garber 1992, 16).
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Indeed, the scenes simultaneous evocation of the body politics of Nazi and contemporary Germany functions to indicate how Jews and Turks have been construed as unwanted others within German territory feminized and imagined as overwhelming and contaminous fluids. Bruce Lee in Kreuzberg and Scarface in Altona: Transnational Auteurism and Ghettocentrism in Thomas Arslans Brothers and Sisters and Fatih Akins Short Sharp Shock. Beinah.000 Menschen rissen das alte Stadion ab, um das neue zu bauen It was the stadium that changed his mind. Napoleon, the greatest of the conquerors, is a sufficient proof that great men of action are criminals, and therefore, not geniuses. Und der mann so seufz seufz, hätt ich bloß. Dabei werden auch die wangenknochen der frau ( sollte auch anziehend auf männer wirken) deutlicher. For example, in Chapter Thirteen (Das Judentum) of Sex and Character (1903 Otto Weininger characterizes the Jew as a Grenzenverwischer obscurer of borders, 417 with qualities of Formlosigkeit formlessness, 417, Beweglichkeit mobility, 429, and an unendliche Ver?nderungsf?higkeit unending. Indeed, after initially parting ways with the drag queens, Axel tells Eyal that many of the drag queens volunteer at his organization an organization that assists Turkish children in Berlin. Uli Linke has noted a point of discursive continuity between the Freikorps men and the German politicians who reacted against the influx of refugees and immigrants in the postwar era: both wished to hold the imagined national body. In the following scene, after riding the U-Bahn in silence to Potsdamer Platz, Axel asks Eyal about his fluency in German and his reasons for bringing a gun to Berlin, and he invites Eyal to attend his fathers forthcoming birthday celebration in Wannsee.
Not only does Eyal clearly associate the neo-Nazis with the Nazis who drove his family out of Germany; his fight with the neo-Nazis also leads him to reveal his fluency in German and his familys ties to the country. Furthermore, in the opening sequences of the two parts of Riefenstahls film, one observes the explicit link formed between ancient Greece and Nazi Germany through classical architecture, homosociality, and the idealization of the male body (Kiss 2002, 53). Männer mit einem ohring. She went from Israel to Europe to become a woman (her 1993 genital surgery, described repeatedly and in detail in the Israeli press after the Eurovision contest, took place in Britain) and then she sashayed her queer femininity across the Eurovision stage. The Architecture of Oppression: The SS, Forced Labor and the Nazi Building Economy. I analyze scenes from two recent films, Turkish director Kutlu Atamans. Fuck off, asshole, or Ill blow your brains out!
As Uli Linke notes, The production of death and the erasure of Jewish bodies were central to the fascist politics of race. Turkish-German cinema: from cultural resistance to transnational cinema? Princeton: Princeton University Press. Furthermore, as noted earlier, Berlin becomes the third city depicted in the film that is marked by a history of East/West division; the film begins in Istanbul (identified in the film as the border between Asia and Europe continues. So ohne vorahnung, wo ich dachte, nichts aber auch nichts wird mich mehr treffen/wundern wenn ich das buch lese. Beyond Paternalism: Turkish German Traffic in Cinema.
This city-text has been written, erased, and rewritten throughout this violent century, and its legibility relies as much on visible markers of built space as on images and memories repressed and ruptured by traumatic events (Huyssen 1997, 59-60). There is this element in all the conquerors, great or small. Atlas of a Tropical Germany: Essays on Politics and Culture. In the scene, then, Hendryks and Rudys use of the epithet schwule Sau perpetuates the association of feminized others with the abject, and Walters urination on Murat links Murat to toxic elements that should be driven raus from the imagined collective German body (Linke 1995). Indeed, authority figures seem either absent or oblivious; the teacher sits with her back turned away from her students while on the bus, and she is absent for the remainder of the scene. As I will demonstrate, scenes from both films engage with the politics of space in contemporary Berlin, with the German body politic, and with issues of German and minority identity in the wake of the Third Reich.