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The brother in-law (N’sibi): transcending corporeality in Algerian queer cinema

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The brother in-law (N’sibi): transcending corporeality in Algerian queer cinema. / Ben Ali Amer, Chabha.

In: Cut To: The Lancaster University Film Journal, No. 1, 20.01.2021, p. 32-35.

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Ben Ali Amer C. The brother in-law (N’sibi): transcending corporeality in Algerian queer cinema. Cut To: The Lancaster University Film Journal. 2021 Jan 20;(1):32-35.

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Ben Ali Amer, Chabha. / The brother in-law (N’sibi): transcending corporeality in Algerian queer cinema. In: Cut To: The Lancaster University Film Journal. 2021 ; No. 1. pp. 32-35.

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