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Please read and accept the terms and conditions and check the box to generate a sharing link. By examining the scales, sites, practices and shifting temporalities of Fucklandas well as the everyday insecurities it re produces, we show how the bodies, homes and community of Falkland Islanders have been territorialised in the Argentine geopolitical imagination, and therefore subject to modes of violence. Examining these kinds of events can be useful in understanding why the Falkland Islands Government and the Islanders themselves continue to be so cautious in their management of contemporary diplomatic relations with Argentina.

The publication of an article discussing the pros and cons associated with the potential introduction of visas for Argentine visitors to the Falklands in The Penguin News the newspaper of the Falklandsa measure reportedly supported by some Members of the Legislative Assembly MLAs of the Falkland Islands, is a striking illustration of the insecurities invoked by the prospect of increasingly open relations with Argentina and the enhanced mobility of Argentine nationals to and from the Islands Niebieskikwiat, While the events of and their continued commemoration, see Benwell, are an inescapable backdrop to understanding the contemporary geopolitics of the South Atlantic, this paper contests such simplistic and pejorative constructions of the Falkland Islands and the security concerns of its citizens.

By drawing on the work of feminist geopolitics and specific interventions on intimate Cowen and Story, ; Pain, ; Pain and Staeheli, and embodied geopolitics Mayer, ; Smith, we show how the in securities of Falklands Islanders can be framed in ways that go beyond the straightforward fear of state-sanctioned military invasion.

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This paper shows how geopolitics and security of the South Atlantic can be theorised differently by thinking through the production of intimately lived in securities in the Falklands. By examining the scales, sites, practices, and shifting temporalities of the film Fucklandas well as the everyday insecurities it re produces Philo,we show how the bodies, homes and community of Falkland Islanders have been territorialised in the Argentine geopolitical imagination, and therefore subject to modes of violence. While the director self-describes the film as a satire, we ultimately question the limits of its satirical potential given the insecurities the film re produces.

Following Pain : 67we have used language with distinctly military overtones e. Thus, the registers, temporalities, and scales of security discourse associated with the Falkland Islands might be usefully recast, allowing for the consideration of civilian and military dimensions; a recognition of slow acts of layered violence alongside sudden acts of military aggression; and the recasting of Cartesian and territorial visions of geopolitical ambition to for the intimate, embodied and emotional.

Insidious invasions such as those required for the making of Fuckland are often overshadowed by the focus on the Argentine military invasion that preceded the Falklands War. We proceed by considering Fuckland and its production within the geopolitical context of the South Atlantic, before situating the paper within literatures related to security, feminist-,embodied- and popular geopolitics.

A crew of five Argentine men and two British women travelled to the Falklands in December to undertake the covert filming of Fucklandshortly after post-war restrictions were lifted on Argentine citizens visiting the Islands. The entire crew took exceptional measures to ensure they were not detected by Islanders and the authorities during their weeklong stay.

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This encompassed filming a pilot project in a similarly sized town in the province of Buenos Aires, where the crew simulated working incognito in a small community in which the presence of outsiders would be conspicuous. Our intrigue in the film emerged having conducted lengthy periods of research in Argentina and the Falkland Islands with different communities, exploring a range of topics related to the geopolitics of the sovereignty dispute see Benwell, ; Pinkerton, While some of these incidents were laughed off, albeit defensively at times, as theatrical performances by eccentric nationalists, Fuckland by contrast generated notably different responses from Islanders.

In Argentina, the film was often referred to as a slightly odd if amusing take on the Malvinas issue, yet in the Falkland Islands the film was almost never mentioned. In a similar way, we were conscious of the sensitivities surrounding covert filming and the sexually-suggestive narrative and therefore did not seek interviews with the women who appeared in the film.

While the director had talked about some aspects of the film in the media, he had not been asked to reflect on some of the more problematic elements of the film, an opportunity we were afforded during an interview in Buenos Aires in March A pirated version of the film ed to YouTube in has been viewed over 28, times in the intervening five years, but, as we contend in this paper, these relatively modest s do not begin to for the lingering effects and affects produced by the film.

Nor do these s reflect the impact that the film had on its release in when it became a surprise hit at the London Film Festival and so popular with audiences that extra screenings had to be arranged at short notice Hjort and MacKenzie, This popularity and credibility were further reinforced by the award of Dogme 95 certification — only the eighth film to receive such an accolade.

While the film could, indeed, be regarded as a subtle, scything, satire of the Argentine man abroad, exposing male pretensions and masculine fantasies as the director and some reviewers suggestit is also important to recognise the very real violations and violence that Fuckland enacts on the comparatively powerless women of the Falkland Islands depicted in the film. In the discussion that follows see vignette 3we explore the limits of satire in a context where the geometries of geopolitical power are often misunderstood. In asking these questions, we are conscious of our positionality as two white, British, male scholars with long-standing connections to the Falkland Islands and recognise the problematic representations of lascivious Latin predators that the film propagates.

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While we do not subscribe to these constructions, it has been necessary to address them within our analysis in ways that might be considered discomforting. It has brought geopolitical research increasingly into contact with everyday spaces of the home, school, street, internet and more, acknowledging a wider array of geopolitical actors in the process see Benwell and Hopkins, Interventions investigating domestic geopolitics have been useful here for teasing out connections between violences experienced in the home and as a consequence of global events e.

Brickell,; Pain, They have prompted a reconsideration of how and where geopolitical research interrogates war, conflict, in security and violence, as well as the relations that are framed as constituting geopolitics Cowen and Story, These insights are especially relevant for our examination of intrusion and in security in the Falklands, concepts that are almost exclusively discussed in relation to and post-war concerns with the military deterrent stationed in the Islands and its role in warding off future Argentine aggression despite the intentions of the FIG to move beyond such limited understandings.

And yet, the interventions of non-state actors in the intimate relations and spaces of Falkland Islanders, and their subsequent representation in diverse forms of popular culture, are an extreme source of insecurity, not least because of how difficult they can be to detect. They can also challenge conceptualisations of threat and in security by drawing attention to slower and less-spectacular forms of violence see Marshall, that are enacted in, for instance, the making of a film like Fuckland.

Violence is customarily conceived as an event or action that is immediate in time, explosive and spectacular in space, and as erupting into instant sensational visibility.

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Slow violence draws attention to temporal registers but in this paper we explore Fuckland through its insidiousness. Our use of insidious here recognises the gradual and subtle layering of violence see Nixon,by casting a particular light on its covert qualities, the insecurities it can produce and the emotional and psychological effects and after-effects on the bodies that unevenly experience it see Benwell, ; Botterill et al.

Feminist scholars have demonstrated how experiences of security and insecurity are profoundly gendered e. Cockburn, ; Enloe, and layered. Of course, they can also be the subjects of territorial ambition and numerous studies have charted the disturbing use of rape as a weapon of war in the pursuance of geopolitical objectives e. Diken and Laustsen, ; Enloe, ; Mayer, ; Smith, For Diken and Laustsen :. Bodily margins cannot be understood in isolation from other margins.

As land is penetrated by enemy troops, so is the body and vice versa: the concern for the unity and order of the body politic is mimetically reproduced in the preoccupations about the purity and impurity of the physical body. Despite this, we argue that the representation and popular circulation of troubling sexualised narratives explored in Fuckland are ificant for the emotional geopolitics of Falkland Islanders Pain, Work from scholars of popular geopolitics has effectively challenged assumptions that geopolitical artefacts come into being though a linear process of production and reception, as well as the artificial separation of these into distinct stages see Dittmer and Bos, The example has further parallels with Fucklandgiven the people who star in the interviews Borat conducts are not fully in on the joke or aware of how the recordings will be circulated.

As well as re-enacting and re-producing the violation associated with territorial and intimate invasions, these kinds of geopolitical artefacts erode confidence in the diplomatic and practical efforts to build trust and cooperative relations between the Falkland Islands and Argentina. Precocious, precursor, pioneer.

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If other patriots follow my example in a few years the islands will be full of Argentines. They want to be English, let them be English but the next generation will be the one that decides and then I want to see you, think about it a little. Although less shocking than some of the graphic and offensive scenes that feature earlier in the film, the words recited here are reflective of the intimate, lingering and slower forms violence that can reveal particular kinds of security concerns in a place like the Falklands.

Although wildly fanciful in this case, the notion of temporality has been a consistent point of concern in relation to how Argentina has pursued its Malvinas claim. Argentine diplomats and commentators regularly call for diplomatic restraint in favour of a longer-term strategy, while making optimistic projections about the of years it will take for the Malvinas to be recovered Alexander, ; Fernandez-Armesto, These calls reveal frustration with past impetuousness in Argentine foreign and military policy which have often been shaped by short-term cycles in domestic electoral politicsmost notably evident in — an event preceded by several years of Anglo-Argentine negotiations for t sovereignty of the Islands see Dodds, This strategy, which was met with bemusement by Islanders and produced no tangible diplomatic advances, was nonetheless implemented to woo the next generation of Islanders and rebuild trust in the Argentine government, in ways that might generate the conditions for an eventual acceptance of Argentine sovereignty.

Arguably the most sensitive of these was the visit of the organisation Rugby Sin Fronteras Rugby Without Borderswhich looked to organise a rugby match between citizens of Argentina and the Falkland Islands. Their intention to involve young people living in the islands by training on the fields adjacent to the secondary school and handing out t-shirts and other sporting paraphernalia, was interpreted as a sinister act of geopolitical interference deed to lure the next generation of Islanders towards Argentina Mercopress While the threat of an impromptu military invasion by Argentina may have subsided, the insecurities produced by these kinds of initiatives are ificant.

Despite the stated innocence of their intentions, these are read in the islands as insidious attempts to target future generations of Islanders for geopolitical ends, and serve as reminders of the enduring and diverse threats posed to their security. These frontier zones have been central to the Argentine geographical imagination, a nation defined through violent colonial expansion, and the subsequent establishment and consolidation of its borders.

As Mayer : contends. Although the press commentaries are never formally connected to the geopolitics of the sovereignty dispute, contributors to the comments sections underneath such reports regularly make insinuating remarks that serve as reminders of the close scrutiny placed on the changing demographic profile of the Falklands.

In so doing, Argentine newspapers and their online commentariat revel in some of the same challenges identified by Lord Shackleton. In a supermarket he spots a young woman with a small. The profoundly discomforting experience of watching these events unfold is heightened by our knowledge as viewers of the covert nature of the filming and the denial of agency afforded to the women and children being surveilled, filmed and presented to us in the film without their own knowledge or permission. Sobchack, here, refers to the fictionalised of film-maker, Alec, invasively filming a rape victim, Shelby, in her New York apartment:.

Alec stalks and corners Shelby physically and emotionally. We watch him violate her privacy, her trust, her defenses, her space. If we accept this argument, the geometries of violation in Fuckland are made even more complex by the blurring of fact and fiction, and the sinister and covert filming of real Falkland Islanders. This is a perhaps unintended consequence of the blurring of covert filming and the Dogme 95 approach, adopted by the makers of the film, and complicates conventional, linear understandings of film production and reception common to popular geopolitics.

The viewing of the film itself becomes an insidious act that reproduces the harmful emotional and psychological violence first enacted during its production. These anxieties are not entirely the work of an actor engaged in performance.

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The entire film crew involved in making Fuckland were convinced British military authorities were aware of their project, generating feelings of personal insecurity with affective consequences as the director explained:. These embodied affects were heightened by the imagined notions of the Falklands as a highly securitised society where their presence would be easily detected by British military authorities. Despite these preconceptions, the crew were far more likely to have been discovered by Islanders, given the level of contact and the filming that they conducted with them.

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We contend that Fuckland is only partially successful as a satire because of the inherent abuses that were perpetrated in the production of the film. What these and key scenes reveal is a certain Argentine geopolitical imagination that singularly frames the Falklands as a colony of the UK inhabited by British colonists who are fully supported by the British state e.

Viewed in this way the Falklands seem to be a legitimate target for this kind of satirical work. In other words, there is a particular geometry of geopolitical power that is assumed and reproduced in the film: Argentina as the plucky, powerless claimant state and the Falkland Islands as the powerful, strategic foothold of the UK.

Geopolitically, it serves to reproduce the delegitimating policies, practices, and discourses directed towards the Island er s by successive Argentine governments. This might explain why Fuckland was not considered problematic by the director and even international reviewers of the film and connects with how Argentina has managed diplomatic relations or the lack thereof with the Falkland Islands. The foreign policies of the government, alongside the overriding conviction of most Argentines that the islands are an integral part of their national territory, inform the seemingly nonchalant attitude of the film crew to the multiple violations of the rights, sites and bodies of Islanders.

We contend that the anxieties felt by the film crew are just as revealing as the fantastical plotline in understanding the embodied affects and representational logics underpinning geopolitical narratives and imaginations. This in turn exposes the embodied, quotidian and affective ways in which popular and practical geopolitical narrative-makings are entangled within and through, in this case, a contested territory such as the Falkland Islands.

Through these concerns, the bodies of Falkland Islands women have, themselves, undergone a process of geopolitical territorialisation — whereby their bodies have become the terrain for policy interventions, as well as the projection of sexualised fantasies and violence.

Our analysis of Fuckland exposes the experiences of everyday in securities in the South Atlantic and their gendered dimensions in ways that highlight their entanglement with military notions of in security. More inclusive framings of in security offer the opportunity to better comprehend the psychological and emotional effects of everyday intrusions, moving debates beyond an exclusive fixation with the military-security nexus Giles and Hyndman, ; Koch,

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