Sway of the Sea: Kathryn Bigelow’s Imperial Eco-Eschatology

By Benjamin Halligan

Excerpt: “My intention is to scope Bigelow’s soft or nascent fascism through a textual consideration of how she sutures ideas of destiny between man and landscape. Finally, and to return to her more recent work, the article then turns to the expression of this philosophy to brazenly imperial ends in Bigelow’s Last Days (2014).”

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