That said harrods arguments for shifting attitudes towards gender roles and family identity in french society are astute acknowledging the difference in both the periodisation and speed of development of feminism in france compared with the uk and the us. From france with love gender and identity in french romantic comedy by mary harrod alison smith from france with love gender and identity in french romantic comedy by mary harrod international library of the moving image 31 london i b tauris 2015 xii 264 pp. Love stories have always been at the heart of french cinema but romantic comedies have until recently been absent from it in 2001 the global success of amlie catalysed a major development in the western worlds second largest film industry the appropriation of the hollywood romantic comedy genre or rom com lamricaine. This report explores how french national identity and sense of belonging are both defined and expressed the discussion revolves around the issues of hyphenated identities and whether the split allegiances of dual citizens weaken social cohesion in france
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