International and comparative law in film

Lyonette Louis-Jacques, Foreign and International Law Librarian and Lecturer in Law D'Angelo Law Library at the University of Chicago Law School, recently posted a message on the Int-Law e-mail list to point out her list of Foreign, Comparative, and International Law and Justice on Film and TV: arranged A to Z and by Country/General [PDF files].

On the country list, Australian films include Black and White, Breaker Morant, The Castle, A Cry in the Dark, and Rabbit-Proof Fence. 

In addition, Kristen Boon has posted a list of films that are useful for teaching international law on the Opinio Juris blog. More suggestions are in the comments.

Can you think of others to add?


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