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Hall moves away from talking about film per se to asking a question: who is the emergent new subject of “Caribbean cinema”? In seeking to answer this question, Hall concludes that cinema is not “a second-order mirror held up to reflect what already exists” but “a form of representation that is able to constitute us as new kinds of subjects and thereby enable us to discover who we are.”

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