The purpose of this article is to introduce the French philosopher Henri Lefebvre’s spatial theory into the analysis of the Australian film The Home Song Stories. In particular, I intend to suggest that Lefebvre’s considerations of space have the potential to provide a rich and insightful understanding to the film, which is not often afforded by other film studies approaches.
"Chineseness, Australianness, Homelessness: The Home Song Stories: Retold in a Spatial Perspective,"
Antipodes: Vol. 31
, Article 21.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/antipodes/vol31/iss2/21