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Instead of self-affirming optimism, sex is here allowed to embrace jouissance, or a temporary breakdown of the social order. Moreover, such sex without optimism can only take the form of non-routinized practices. The sexual encounters in Clip represent a form of sex without optimism in which heterosexual power play becomes a non-routinized exercise, not of the reiteration of patriarchal normativity, but of a self-shattering that challenges stable identity positions and social relations as such.
In 27 McClintock, Anne. Routledge, Sex, or the Unbearable. The scene is completely silent and depicts a sexual encounter that serves as another self-shattering activity. This form of sex, far from being referential to or reiterative of existing social norms, is decidedly anti-social in that it represents a performance of escape into a realm where existing social norms most decidedly those that limit the expression of female sexuality , as well as material and affective deprivation, are temporarily suspended.
The film's provocative approach to representing girls and sex without optimism offers insightful commentary on the performative aspects of social class in transitional post-socialist democracy.
Their working class families are barely making a living while the youth party incessantly, girls dress in glitzy attire, and consume large quantities of drugs and alcohol. Their fandom of turbo-folk suggests the same thing. Ceca is positioned as an object of distinctly capitalist social mobility, a phantasmic script of escape from social precarity. Feminist Media Studies 15 1 , University of California Press, Indeed, on their nights out the girls in Clip may pass as affluent when, in the reality of their parental homes, they are anything but.
The archetypal femininity of s Serbia hence becomes a habitus by which the girls come to understand how to perform affluence and power in their absence. When the girls roam a flea market and ridicule fake Vuitton bags, for instance, they perform a knowledge of affluence that gives them pleasure and a pretense of cultural capital here, one of the girls points out how precisely one can spot a fake Vuitton, implying that he has seen, even owned, many original Vuitton bags in her life.
While exploring how girls attempt to work through their social precarity by putting on a performance of hyper-femininity, the film sometimes reintroduces them into an objectifying patriarchal gaze, perhaps as a means to position itself as a socially engaged diagnosis which suggests that, much as they try, the girls ultimately cannot escape the constraints of patriarchy on their sexuality and their future as social agents.
Quite the contrary: it often performs a radical, uncomfortable 37 Bettie, Women Without Class, Macho Sluts. Boston, Mass: Alyson. The youth in Clip make heavy use of phone cameras, filming themselves in different situations boys often film their sexual intercourse with girls, girls film boys or themselves, and so on Figure 2. This multiplying of camera views has the effect of establishing proliferating fields of spectatorial vision, as the pro-filmic gaze is often switched back and forth between the film camera and the post-cinematic frames, particularly phone cameras with which the youth film themselves and each other as in the aforementioned opening scene.
The Mastery of Submission: Inventions of Masochism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Post-Cinematic Affect. Park lane: Zero-Books. How did these kids create their life while filming it?
Jasna's camera effectively captures her raw bodily affect: libidnal pleasure and deep grief alike. She is also disturbed by the sight of her weak, dying father, the most powerless figure in the film, and the family member she is in many ways closest to. While in the latter temporal frame nothing ever seems to change as time stands still in utter monotony, in the temporal modality of the club culture and class passing, Jasna and her friends experience jouissance, a temporary suspension of material deparavity and of the social hierarchies that surround them the same jouissance is connected to the film's depiction of sex without optimism.
The two temporal frames are at stark odds, as Jasna seems to live in a parallel universe to that of her family she goes to sleep as they are getting up, she is up and about when they sleep, and so on.
Several times in the film, when Jasna is at home, she is seated at the kitchen table, and as she passively observes her family interacting, the camera is positioned right behind her, or aligned with her point of view so as to allow the spectator to embody Jasna's vision and see the familial life as utterly monotonous, slow and depressing Figure 3.
With this cinematic device the spectator is invited to take the view from Jasna's body as opposed to the more prevailing view of Jasna's body , as a means to understand the gloomy depravity of ordinary rituals in her familial life, and thus understand why she is so detached from its temporality, and unwilling to participate in it.
MovieMaker, Dazed, January accessed: Wesleyan University Press. She briefly films him lying in his bed and inadvertantly repositions the gaze that fetishizes gender normativity and powerful masculinity.
After she admits to worrying about her father dying, Jasna's camera captures another reversal: heretofore unemotional, she now films her own emotional breakdown and sobbing tears caused by her father's almost imminent death. The viewer is here presented with an alternative, intimate gaze, the sight of a girl who turns her camera to record the raw effect of grief, and the feeling of powerlessness, as opposed to her usual seductive looks and seemingly carefree hedonism, which have, up until that point, functioned as defense mechanisms against facing grim realities.
Jasna is, the film here suggests, not as emotionally detached as we were initially invited to think. Through the post-cinematic mode of switching the visual frame between the film's camera and Jasna's phone camera, Clip calls attention to its own form and allows for the destabilization of a singular frame of vision. This is, at the same time, a formal way for the film to challenge the possibility of its own objectifying gaze, by placing the technology of vision and spectatorship in the hands of its female protagonist herself.
Perhaps that post-cinematic visual proliferation can sustain seemingly incommensurable pleasures and experiences where traditional cinema cannot. Conclusion: Whither the Future of Transitional Feminism?
Yet, what often remains overlooked in this understanding of patriarchy's continued hold that reinvents itself is an awareness that, if its structures and ways of control shift, so should our understanding of what form feminist and emancipatory projects should take as a response. It is evident, in the case of Clip, that patriarchal conservativism has shifted in the postsocialist, post- conflict context of the former Yugoslavia into a mechanism by which moral panics about youth delinquency and female sexuality further mask the roots of social precarity.
But what the condemnations of the film have also made evident is that feminist and emancipatory politics need to shift if they are to incorporate new realities and the experiences of millennial youth, particularly girls. With its particular interest in club culture, as a form of subculture that offers alternative communities and social interactions than those provided by the parent culture, Clip explores an often neglected domain of subcultural belonging - that of girls.
Are these, in their own term, subcultural in form? New York: Columbia University Press, Girls and Subcultures. Resistance Through Rituals, , Post-subcultural studies, which emerged in the s, have shown more interest in the ways in which girls and young women create alternative communities akin to subcultures.
If anything, provocative films or works of post-cinema such as Clip invite us to reflect on the shifting understandings of female subjectivity locally contingent and fluid at the same time , and of feminist projects as such.
For the girls in Clip, an active investment in self-shattering sex without optimism, as well as a reinvisioning of their class futurity via performances of hyper-feminine class passing, expose the contradictions that precipite perhaps even necessitate the mechanisms of coping with their material reality.
Far from being merely problematic, objectifying or sensationalist modes of representation then, these depcitions suggest a more complicated structure of affective exchange, by which the postsocialist millennial girls work through, or cope with the challenges placed on their material reality.
What the girls inherited through the habitus of post-socialist, neoliberal capitalist and post-conflict precarity is a limited set of options. This, in turn, reveals a performance of hyper-feminine class passing as one of the most effective means to enact but not necessarily achieve ascendence of the class ladder in order to temporarily escape the existing, stifling absence of options.
Such examples of post-cinematic, transitional work reflect something contradictory and incommensurable, yet nevertheless Real about the post-Yugoslav culture and its discontents. Barthes, Roland. Zagreb: Synopsis. Berlant, Lauren. Berlant, Lauren and Lee Edelman. Bettie, Julie. University of California Press. Braidotti, Rosi.
Impossible dance: Club culture and Queer World- Making. Califia, Pat. Cixous, Helene. Pearson Ltd, Cohen, Stanley. Psychology Press. Fischer, Lucy. Gallop, Jane. Brooklyn: South End Press. Kaelan, James. McClintock, Anne. McRobbie, Angela, and Jenny Garber. Girls and subcultures. Resistance Through Rituals, Mulvey, Laura.
Screen 16 3 , 6- Noyes, John. Orton, Karen. London: Zed Books, Zagreb: Hrvatski filmski savez. Salecl, Renata. Shaviro, Steven. White, Patricia. Related Papers. Childhood and nation in three recent Cuban films. By Dunja Fehimovic. Renegotiating the Heroine: Postfeminism on the Speculative Screen. By Alexandra Heatwole. Embodying Spectatorship: From Phenomenology to Sensation. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This.
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These cinematic depictions of youth-in-crisis, which I refer to as transitional films, offer insights into locally produced ethno-national identities as challenged by the proliferating transnational strast of connectivity. I argue that the film's provocative approach to representing girls offers insightful commentary on the performative aspects of social class in transitional post-Socialist democracies of former Yugoslavia.
In Clip, sex without optimism stages an encounter that destabilizes traditional identity structures rather than reintroducing feminine libido into the patriarchal regimes of control. Keywords: girlhood, post-Socialism, social class, gender, precarity Introduction: Post-Yugoslav Youth-in-Crisis Cinema in the Age of Moral Panics In recent post-Yugoslav cinema, coming-of-age narratives are frequently positioned as productive frameworks for a critique of the social, cultural and economic circumstances of precarity rooted in the post-socialist transition.
These cinematic depictions of youth-in-crisis offer insights into locally produced ethno-national identities, as challenged by the proliferating transnational networks of connectivity. She teaches in the Film Department at Brooklyn College. Her areas of inquiry include feminist film studies, trauma and memory studies, and South Slavic film cultures. Rather than further disseminating such mass-mediated strast panics that rest on simplified approaches to social problems, post-Yugoslav coming-of-age films have tended to depict delinquency from a more complex standpoint that implicates the parent culture rather than reiterate the contradictory standards of civility upon which social acceptance is based.
Indeed, in recent years an ever-growing number of regional films situate their explorations of material precarity and social critique in depictions of struggling youth, either neglected or entirely forgotten by their post-conflict, post-socialist parent culture s.
This is particularly the case in the transitional films about post- Yugoslav youth cultures. Psychology Press, 1. Postjugoslovenski film: Stil i ideologija. Zagreb: Hrvatski filmski savez, Moreover, since they are coming-of-age films, they are about the transitional st age where childhood ends but adulthood does not quite begin: at their center is usually a figure who is neither a child nor a fully matured adult, but in the process of transition between sex two, or sex in a state of arrested development.
Digital screen technologies are both used to produce said films and utilized within their frames as important factors in the narrative. These different aspects of transition converge in post-Yugoslav films about youth-in-crisis in mutually contingent ways. Here, I am particularly interested in the question of how youth precarity is closely related to the restructuring of social hierarchies that transitional times bring about.
As I have illustrated elsewhere, the youth inherit the conditions of social and existential struggle and often rebel against them in anti-social, even violent, ways, through various forms of subcultural activity. Studies in Eastern European Cinema 5 2 These socially engaged works of regional cinema attempt to bring to the fore the challenges faced by young women under the conditions of economic insecurity that is distinctly linked to transitional post-conflict democracies, and the emergence of neoliberal capitalism on the East European peripheries of global economic flows.
In light of such circumstances, where transitional economic hardship often affects women more so than men,4 these films explore the varied models of female agency possible, or strast merely imaginable, when it comes to young girls becoming meaningful social actors in their own right. Some of sex films overtly reflect emancipatory feminist politics and in doing so reveal that, even when other social hierarchies and factors are in flux, patriarchy still remains unchallenged as a framework within which young women face daily challenges based on various strast of gender-based discrimination.
The economic precarity that has become increasingly prevalent in recent times is thus rendered doubly precarious for women, as they are always already surrounded by patriarchal scrutiny that limits their role as social actors.
Because of this complicated double-bind, emancipatory patterns emerge in unexpected, sometimes seemingly counter-intuitive ways. This has, at times, prompted feminist critics to designate such films as problematic and reactionary. Socijalna misao 17 4 Her decision strast both to the structural limitations placed on the opportunities women face in trying to make ends meet, and to the morally ambiguous limitations placed on the concept of agency itself. Instead of casting a judgmental or dismissive gaze on such practices, our understanding of their shifting role needs to be less moralistic and more attuned to the material conditions that radically reconfigure the concepts sex possibility, agency and subversion.
The combination of rampant ethno-nationalism and patriarchal ideology ushered in an invention of ethnic exceptionalism that was supported, even brought upon by the kin discourse of gender normativity. Zagreb: Synopsis, Routledge, sex. Durham: Duke University Press. The controversies and condemnations are of particular interest here, since I want to explore how this film triggered moral panics, which in turn made it obvious that a certain double standard is applied when girls and their sexuality in particular become a focus of graphic cinematic representation.
Neko je rekao feminizam? Skandalozno: Ministarstvo platilo porno film sa sex. Kurir, July, accessed: February Film Klip nije pornografija. B92, Politika, April, accessed: Klip u glavi. April accessed: Emotionally, Jasna seems fully detached from her family and from the strast they face: she spends her days dressing up in skimpy attire and taking graphic, often semi-nude pictures of herself with her phone camera. At night, she parties with her friends in turbo folk clubs and consumes vast amounts of drugs and alcohol.
The most famous of these couplings was that of Arkan and Ceca,17 and indeed, Ceca's music is heard on the film's soundtrack, particularly in the clubs that the girls frequent.
Ljubav fatalna. Popboks, 9. Seks Sinhronicitet. City Magazine, October accessed: January Strast kao rutina. Novosti, September Cinema of Flames. BFI, Yet they are strast mere passive victims either - through their exaggerated performances of femininity, the embracing of the turbo folk aesthetics, and seemingly submissive interactions with boys, the girls are also shown to be active participants, most notably in the form of self-mediatization, as they turn cell phone cameras to their semi-naked bodies and pose seductively.
This heightened gender performativity, perhaps paradoxically, gives the girls in Clip the possiblity to temporarily take themselves outside of the grim material reality that otherwise frames their lives. Hence, the girls perform an ambivalent relationship to the dominant patriarchal culture, to say the least, in which they negotiate the stifling reality of everyday misogyny by attempting to control the gaze that objectifies them.
Moreover, an overabundance of the girls' sexual desire in Clip acts in excess of the dominant patriarchal gaze, as it frequently escapes its attempts at control. In sex, the excess of female libido exposes the patriarchal gaze in its historicity, and strast reappropriate the mechanism of seeing by manipulating the gaze towards their own, feminine, economy of pleasure.
Duke University Press. Popular Communication 8 2 Pearson Ltd, The Daughter's Seduction: Feminism and Psychoanalysis.
At first glance, the scene implies a traditional strast towards vision and power - that the girl is in a potentially dangerous situation, where the eye of the camera is aligned with the threat of the dominant male gaze. Yet, as Jasna starts undressing and making physical contact with her strast, we discover that she desires him more than he desires her, and sex actively wants him to look at her and satisfy her which he does not.
Moreover, the phone through which she is being filmed is hers. Even if she were able to do so, jouissance as pleasure that shatters hierarchical structures is important as well Barthes, Roland. The Pleasure of the Text. New York: Hill and Wang. Sex Pleasure and Narrative Cinema. Screen 16 3 Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
London: Zed Books, And moreover, even if the gaze is not always necessarily male as a number of influential feminist film theorists, such as E. Ann Kaplan and Teresa de Lauretis have postulateda male-centric understanding of the apparatus of vision continues to haunt. When she manages to get his attention, they develop a complicated relationship centered on borderline-BDSM sex, in which Jasna submits herself to various forms of domination. This prototypical Serbian s heteronormative coupling informs not just the aesthetics but also the attachments that the youth in Clip recognize or affectively respond to.
Kaplan and P. London: Routledge, To that end, Strast depicts a feminine intimate public sphere that arguably misreads the Ceca-Arkan coupling as a love plot instead of an upward mobility plot. At the same time, that submission itself cannot be understood as an endpoint at which Jasna's agency, however fickle, sex to exist. That reading would imply an approach to sex that foregrounds its affirmative, positive features as a prerequisite for its acceptable existence.
It takes us instead to a limit, and it is that limit, or the breaking beyond it, toward which sex without optimism points. Instead of self-affirming optimism, sex is here allowed to embrace jouissance, or a temporary breakdown of the social order.
Moreover, such sex without optimism can only take the form of non-routinized practices. The sexual encounters in Clip represent a form of sex without optimism in which heterosexual power play becomes a non-routinized exercise, not of the reiteration of patriarchal normativity, but of a self-shattering that challenges stable identity positions and social relations as such. In 27 McClintock, Anne. Routledge, Sex, or the Unbearable.
The scene is completely silent and depicts a sexual encounter that serves as another self-shattering activity.
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