By Bartell F.E.
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It is the music of poor, white southerners who migrated to the north and west of the US between 1900 and 1920, where they became known as ‘hillbillies’ and ‘Okies’. They were displaced geographically and by class. , Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and many others came from and have written for this displaced population. Such singers and their audience are taciturn because they cannot go home, for economic reasons, yet feel a longing to return, hoping for an alternative to their new homes in California, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Minnesota, and the like (see Gregory 2005).
They hardly need to mind their scarves. The temporal allusion in the title divulges a warmly ironic remark about the hapless Reino and Valto. The allusion to 1960s’ youth culture and motorcycles underscores the irony. In Ariel, the journey from a closed mine in the north to the capital city of Helsinki, invokes several temporal strata. On the one hand, Taisto Kasurinen makes the mythical modern journey from the country to the city in search of work. ) a specific story of Finnish modernisation and urbanisation, linking Taisto to the automatisation and modernisation of extractive industries and agricultural production during the 1960s and 1970s.
The title underscores the archival dimension. Take Care of Your Scarf, Tatiana, refers to the fashionable style of riding double on motorcycles during the 1960s. The female passenger sat on the back with her legs to one side, ‘Amazon’, because fashionable mini-skirts prevented her from straddling the seat; the female passenger typically wore a scarf (but no helmet) to keep her hair from becoming windblown. Images of such motorcycling comprise the film’s opening sequence. The first image includes motorcycles and riders whizzing by, but also store windows and a car-filled street, which date the film’s diegetic world.
Anomalous Osmose (1920)(en)(5s) by Bartell F.E.