Global TV: Lupin

12/1/2021; 55 minutes

A panel consisting of UCSB faculty Lisa Parks, Jean Beaman, and France Winddance Twine discusses the sociological impacts of Netflix's Lupin. Beaman and Twine dive into the show's political relevance, handling of representation, and nuanced portrayal of Paris, all of which work to make the show such an effective critique of state power. Each guest brings their own unique background and specialization to contribute thoughtful perspectives on the global dimensions of the show's political commentary. The discussions on race and representation are of key importance for this panel and make for an important conversation about the film and television industry in general. (#37682)

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