A tour de force of dialectical editing, Johan van der Keuken’s The White Castle forms the middle segment of his “North-South Triptych” of documentaries. In this chapter, van der Keuken trains his camera on three different locales: the Spanish island of Formentara, a rural enclave in the process of becoming a tourist destination; African-American neighborhoods of Columbus, Ohio, where younger generations are facing poverty by embracing new forms of political organizing; and two factories in The Netherlands, one of which becomes occupied by its workers. While these three sites at first seem disparate, and their inhabitants isolated from one another, van der Keuken reveals connections among them through a complex rhyming and repetition of images.
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