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I might consider:
 
LA HAINE   (the Jewish teen at home with family, in room; the kids on roof)
TAXI DRIVER  (Travis Bickle as loner/obsessive, class/education/gender)
ONCE WERE WARRIORS (the private space of men, women, homeless, Maori, etc.)
CINEMA PARADISO   (the cinephile's private space)
MY LIFE AS A DOG (child's space -- space doubled)
HER MAJESTY, MRS. BROWN (the mourner's space, the royal space)
MURDER IN THE FIRST (the prison space, stylized, solitary confinement)
GARDEN OF THE FINZI-CONTINIS (privileged space/ghettoized space)
 
Shari
 
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