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This work confronts the question of whether movies in the Eastern Bloc were propaganda or secretly veiled dissent. From the late 1960s East German films focused on everyday life, it could be said that filmmakers presented a static image to show an East Germany that accepted the GDR as it was.
Joshua Feinstein has taught European history at Stanford University and Emory University. He lives in Buffalo, New York.