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Title: Projeto Flórida: (im)possibilidades para o devir-criança
Other Titles: The Florida Project: (im)possibilities for becoming-child
Keywords: Infância
Devir criança
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Universidade Luterana do Brasil
Citation: PAULINO, A. G.; ALVARENGA, C. F.; RIBEIRO, C. M. Projeto Flórida: (im)possibilidades para o devir-criança. Revista Textura, Canoas, v. 25 n. 61 p. 163-180 jan./mar. 2023.
Abstract: This text reflects on the childhood experience in the film The Florida Project (2017), by director Sean Baker, whose story involves a six-year-old girl and her young mother, Who live in a Road side hotel near the Disney park. It is anchored in the methodological approach of screen ethnography, from the symbologies present in the narrative that raise an a estheticsof reality versus fantasy experienced by the character Moonee and other friendly children. It problematizes, from the concepts of becoming-child, impossibilities and gender, the presence or absence of affection, solidarity and protection networks, friendship, play and the exercise of mother hood.
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