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h is article traces the emergence of a younger generation of Brazilian i lmmakers whose works bypass traditional themes in Brazilian cinema such as urban violence and historical revisionism to engage in post-identity politics avoiding narratives of nation, class and gender. One of the most prominent features in these recent works is a questioning of the status of the image, which vacillates between i ction and documentary without a point of resolution. h is vacillation can be understood indoi:10.5007/2175-8026.2015v68n3p161 fatcat:xw2x7qg2gjcfpdz2wqvdreothm