ostalgia

ostalgia

(os-tal'je-a) [Gr. osteon, bone, + algos, pain]
Pain in a bone.
Synonym: osteodynia
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OSTALGIA is something that strikes a chord with many Birmingham Mail readers.
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in the case of ddr the nostalgia turns into ostalgia (longing for the east).
Jonathan Bach, "'The Taste Remains': Consumption, (N) Ostalgia, and the Production of East Germany," Public Culture 14, no.
I will argue that these films, despite their sympathetic, even compassionate attitude towards their main characters reject the ostalgia expressed in, for instance, Wolfgang Becker's Goodbye Lenin (similarly centered on a death: that of the protagonist's mother, whose life is definitely anchored in the communist past).
4) See Alice Jardine's Gynesis: Configurations of Woman and Modernity (34) and also my "Gender, Utopia, and Ostalgia.
Though the male protags' dream seems to be to escape the confines of communism, film also has an ostalgia feel a la "Good Bye Lenin
The successful film Goodbye Lenin (2003) illustrates the ostalgia phenomenon well.